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YIELD RADAR: June 2018
YIELD RADAR: June 2018

YIELD RADAR: June 2018

Global economic growth can be described as robust in recent months but fl attening in its momentum.
What is new is that the homogeneity between countries and regions is not as high
as it was a few months ago. Especially between Europe and the USA, meanwhile, we can
see clear differences. This picture is also confi rmed in the case of infl ation. In the US, actually
measured infl ation rates are rising. In addition, many leading indicators of infl ation point to
price pressures in the coming months. The danger of overheating of the economy is there. In
Europe, the picture for the leading indicators is much more relaxed.
The latest increase of the key lending rate by the Federal Reserve Bank to a new span of 1.75
to 2.00 percent was expected by the market participants. The European Central Bank expects
its key reference rate of zero percent will stay unchanged at least during the course of summer
2019.

High yields and a potential turnaround make LATAM bonds an interesting investment
High yields and a potential turnaround make LATAM bonds an interesting investment
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High yields and a potential turnaround make LATAM bonds an interesting investment

Autor: Christian Gaier, Head of Fixed Income Rates, Sovereigns & FX, Erste AM I would like to share my impressions from my latest investor conference in London that I attended on 16th January 2017. The conference was organized by Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), a leading global financial group with a strong franchise in 35 […]

2016 – a capital markets year in review
2016 – a capital markets year in review
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2016 – a capital markets year in review

2016 was full of surprises on the stock exchanges. At the beginning of the year, economic concerns in China, the second-biggest economy in the world, triggered drastic losses on the stock exchanges. Over the year, cautious optimism gradually returned: the oil price recovered, and the stock exchanges in the emerging markets rebounded. Brexit and Donald […]

Emerging markets bonds: “Responsibility and growth are not mutually exclusive”
Emerging markets bonds: “Responsibility and growth are not mutually exclusive”
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Emerging markets bonds: “Responsibility and growth are not mutually exclusive”

The global, sustainable corporate bond fund ERSTE RESPONSIBLE BOND EMERGING CORPORATE has clearly passed the threshold of EUR 100mn of assets under management. A perfect occasion to take stock. Christian Schön, member of the board of directors of Erste Asset Management, explains what role sustainable investments play in emerging markets, especially in the corporate bond […]

Brazil: Hope for change stimulates bonds
Brazil: Hope for change stimulates bonds
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Brazil: Hope for change stimulates bonds

Author: Felix Dornaus, Senior Fund Manager Emerging Markets Bonds Brazil tactically overweighted at the moment Most of the fundamental economic data are currently not good. In 2016, the country is in recession; for 2017, a minor growth rate of +0.7% is expected. The nominal budget deficit of 2016 is about -10%, with a primary deficit […]