Lack of clarity ‘leaves BoE unable to anchor market rates and exposes it to unreliability accusations’
Tag: Central Banks
Zombie revival, improving fundamentals and monetary policy
The outlook for high yield in 2021
Is now the right time to be chasing yield?
Liquidity is, has been, and will continue to be a key variable in the new order
Central banks eye rate cuts to reduce volatility
But asset managers are divided about how effective it will be
Central banks could fast track the low-carbon transition
But will they step in to safeguard the system from climate risks?
‘Central banks have half of what they need…’
If they are going to stave off a recession, warns Fulcrum AM’s Graham Neilson
Just 16% of European central banks have climate focus
As a guide is rolled out to boost adoption of sustainable investment principles in their portfolios
Cross-border Ucits funds facing local restrictions
Only 13% of Ucits funds may comply with new fee rules proposed by German regulator, says consultancy
Leverage fears undermine ‘myth-making’ central banks
With central banks loosening their belts so much comes the risk of policy makers getting caught with their trousers down.
Asset managers prepare for government bond bloodbath
With government bond yields in developed markets at record lows, asset managers are more pessimistic than ever about return prospects for the asset class.