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Global high yield: Strategic strengths, expanding opportunities

Authors: Christopher Jones, CFA, ...

Global high yield offers not only potential income enhancement, but also possible value as an equity substitute and portfolio diversifier. The sector has historically delivered returns comparable to equities... Read More

 
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Insiders out: why index owners may be getting less of the "good stuff"

Author: Mark Whitaker, CFA

Owner-operated businesses of all sizes, including well-known companies run by household names, are intentionally underrepresented in traditional US equity indexes. The widely used S&P, Russell and MSCI US... Read More

 
Jul 2017
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Global ESG Research Update — A new era for carbon risk assessment and disclosure

Authors: Julie Delongchamp, ...

With climate change implications increasingly becoming an area of focus for investors, environmental issues took the spotlight this voting season — especially in the US, where several shareholder... Read More

 
Jul 2017
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Macro and market

Equity perspectives: A tour of regional opportunities

Authors: Joshua Berger, CFA, CMT, ...

Last year’s brief bursts of volatility caused by macroeconomic and political events faded as equity markets continued their advance in the first half of 2017. However, a recurring theme in our... Read More

 
Jul 2017
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Macro and market

Fixed Income Outlook — Central bank balance sheets and impact on asset prices

Author: Eoin O'Callaghan

While global monetary conditions remain very loose, central banks have slowly been starting to tighten policy. Most notably, the Federal Reserve (Fed) has clearly telegraphed its intention to continue... Read More