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Investors are looking for consistent, competitive returns in their equity portfolios, and we believe our risk management team partnering with our portfolio management teams is crucial in that pursuit.
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The United States successfully targeted top Iranian security and intelligence commander, Qassem Soleimani, in a drone strike on January 2. Iran promised a harsh retaliation, and that took the form of their launching missiles at two bases in Iraq housing U.S. troops.

Negative bond yields: Try to stay positive

Key insights:

  • The amount of global bonds trading at negative yields continues to rise and has accelerated recently.
  • There are a number of reasons why investors continue to hold and purchase bonds with negative yields.
  • Rate and credit volatility are likely to continue, offering opportunities for active fixed-income investors to source alpha and manage risk.