Which was met with oversized demand
Tag: Government Bonds
Sweden plans 50-year government bond
But how appealing will it be for investors to tie up money for half a century?
Three banks fined for European government bond market collusion
But four rivals managed to escape financial penalties
What now for Asia’s debt markets?
Chinese property and Thai banks are garnering interest
China onshore bond market could double to $30trn by 2030
As decision on inclusion in FTSE World Government Bond Index nears
UBS unveils government bond sustainable ETF
The firm has joined forces with JP Morgan AM to expand its sustainable ETF products
Developed govvies’ popularity turns around
Last year’s market turmoil has selectors returning in droves to the once-vilified developed govvies
US rate hikes ‘boost EM debt appeal’
US dollar currency speculation has led one fund selector to increase their allocation towards emerging market debt
Nordic selectors warm to developed market govt bonds
Sentiment towards developed market government bonds moves to ‘neutral’ in Nordic region, but remains ‘negative’ for pan European selectors.
Behind fixed income flows
Skittish investment in high yield bonds and robust demand for emerging market debt led the action by European bond funds over the last year. Will this trend continue?