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IGM FX and Rates

[ASIAN EQUITY FLOWS] Demand for ETFs will be switching to active funds

By Riki Zhang 25 Sep 2017

Demand for ETFs will be switching to active funds. Here's our breakdown analysis.

IGM Credit

COVERED SNAPSHOT: Weekly wrap, charts & stats (w/e 22 September)

By Eva Bobb 22 Sep 2017

Our weekly round-up for the European covered bond markets

IGM FX and Rates

Eur/Gbp and UK & German focused funds - No Schengen effect yet (EPFR)

By Tony Nyman 22 Sep 2017

The sub-0.9000 Eur/Gbp has not been mirrored by latest flows into and out of UK and German focused funds of the ETFs and mutual funds (EPFR)

IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows slow, HY outflows accelerate

By Matthew Barrett 22 Sep 2017

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows slow, HY outflows accelerate

IGM Credit

COMMENT: EUR IG Corp bonds look set to remain on solid ground

By Andrew Perrin 22 Sep 2017

Its been an encouraging year for the EUR IG Corporate Bond market with indicators pointing to more spread tightening to come

IGM Credit

[ASIAN BOND FLOWS] Bullish story remains unchanged after FOMC

By Riki Zhang 22 Sep 2017

Bullish story remains unchanged after FOMC. Here's our breakdown analysis.

IGM FX and Rates

Viewpoint: Week Ahead

By Marcus Dewsnap 22 Sep 2017

The week ahead includes central banker verbiage in droves!

EPFR, IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates, WealthMan...

Why Corporate Tax is the Worst Tax of All

By Charles Biderman, Informa, TrimTabs 21 Sep 2017

No Corporate Taxes Could Increase All Collected Income Taxes. Imagine the US having 0% corporate income taxes. First obvious impact would be to dramatically increase business profits and return on equity. US companies would have an obvious cost advantage over every country with a corporate income tax. What better initial and long-term boost to US productivity and competitiveness could there be than eliminating corporate taxes? Read more from Charles Biderman.