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Bond markets between strengthening economy and high liquidity
Bond markets between strengthening economy and high liquidity
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Bond markets between strengthening economy and high liquidity

Bond funds are not always the “first choice” right now. The strong profits of listed companies and the orderly dividend payouts are currently outpacing interest income. If you are looking at performance, you have to look closely. Interview with Wolfgang Zemanek, Head of Bond Funds, Initial Asset Management.

G7 countries agree climate targets, vaccination programmes and China policy
G7 countries agree climate targets, vaccination programmes and China policy
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G7 countries agree climate targets, vaccination programmes and China policy

With renewed vigour, the heads of state of the G7 group of leading industrialised nations recently agreed climate targets, vaccination programmes for poor countries and a common front against China at their eponymous summit, held in the British resort of Carbis Bay.

Emerging Markets corporate bonds: sustainability turns into a factor of success for investments
Emerging Markets corporate bonds: sustainability turns into a factor of success for investments

Emerging Markets corporate bonds: sustainability turns into a factor of success for investments

Corporate bonds from emerging markets: environmental focus and calling out companies on their sustainability efforts are turning into a success factor. Senior professional fund manager Péter Varga explains the latest trends and developments.

Global economic slump less severe than expected, but still the worst recession in decades, according to IMF
Global economic slump less severe than expected, but still the worst recession in decades, according to IMF
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Global economic slump less severe than expected, but still the worst recession in decades, according to IMF

According to current forecasts by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the global economy should be able to handle the consequences of the corona pandemic somewhat better than has been feared. In its eagerly awaited global economic outlook for this year, the IMF now expects global economic output to decline by only 4.4 per cent. The IMF has thus adjusted its last forecast from June by 0.5 percentage points.