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IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate whilst HY outflows continue

By Matthew Barrett 21 Jul 2017

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate whilst HY outflows continue

IGM FX and Rates

Viewpoint: Week Ahead

By Marcus Dewsnap 21 Jul 2017

The week ahead - the FOMC is the highlight followed by economic growth numbers

Zephyr, EPFR

Keeping Longevity From Killing Your Clients' Retirement

By Ryan Nauman 21 Jul 2017

People are living longer today than ever before, which is music to some people’s ears, as it provides more time with loved ones and the ability to have more and varied experiences. However, living longer poses an unanticipated risk—the possibility of outliving your money.

Topic Industry News Risk Asset Allocation Returns Based Style Analysis

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

Calling it a Range, Modest Upside a Tactical Play

By David Ader 21 Jul 2017

In the week just passed the bond market continued its bullish recovery though with far less of the fundamental impetus that followed the prior week’s litany of economic disappointments – ranging from the Fed’s Labor Market Conditions Indicator to NFIB, CPI, Retail Sales and U Michigan sentiment. The fact that I’m relaying those specific releases now underscores the fact that there wasn’t much new to add or detract from all that. Read more from David Ader's latest musings.

IGM Credit

SPECIAL REPORT - Valuation Overview of 2Q2017 APAC USD issuances

By Haikal Razak 20 Jul 2017

Valuation Overview of 2Q2017 APAC USD issuances

IGM Credit

SNAPSHOT: [Aussie Credit & APRA's new capital rules]

By Michelle Kwek 19 Jul 2017

The impact if any on APRA's new rules on Australian bank credit

IGM FX and Rates

L/T FX Forecasts: ING eyes a glimmer of Usd hope

By Tony Nyman 19 Jul 2017

The US 5Y5Y swaps, a measure of US Inflation expectations, has dropped to its lowest since the Trump election win.

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

Zero Interest Rates (ZIR) Keeping Inflation Low

By Charles Biderman, Informa, TrimTabs 19 Jul 2017

Oil, as evidenced by West Texas Intermediate (WTI), has been trading in range from about $40 to $50 per barrel for two years. Yet most investors, economists and pundits continue to predict a rebound in energy prices. Despite low oil, there have been consistently huge flows into energy-based ETFs. Indeed, so far this year Commodity Energy ETFs have received new money equal to 5% of assets – despite the fact that Commodity Energy ETF prices are down 22%. In other words, even though investors have consistently been losing money, they keep on believing in higher oil prices. Read more from Charles Biderman.

Topic Changing Rate Environment