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IGM FX and Rates

EM FLOW FUNDAMENTALS - EM Equity and Bond Fund flows continue to diverge

By Christopher Shiells 07 Dec 2018

Net inflows to EM Equity Funds bounced, but EM Bond Funds continued to see outflows, per latest EPFR data

IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: Deja-vu as EUR IG & HY funds extend losing runs

By David Corbell 07 Dec 2018

EPFR FUND FLOWS: Deja-vu as EUR IG & HY funds extend losing runs

IGM FX and Rates

[ASIAN BOND FLOWS] India improved both in term of flows and returns

By Riki Zhang 07 Dec 2018

India improved both in term of flows and returns. Here's our breakdown analysis.

IGM FX and Rates

Looking Into 2019: EM Asia will see limited rate hike risk and growth moderate

By Riki Zhang 07 Dec 2018

Looking Into 2019: EM Asia will see limited rate hike risk and growth moderate. Here is the fourth part of our series on EM Asian assets.

IGM FX and Rates

Viewpoint: Week Ahead

By Marcus Dewsnap 07 Dec 2018

The week ahead includes a pivotal ECB meet, the Brexit vote and US CPI

IGM FX and Rates

Viewpoint: A More Unpredictable Fed = Normal?

By Marcus Dewsnap 04 Dec 2018

Is the thought of a more unpredictable Fed spooking markets?

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Ryan Nauman's Weekly Recap 12.03.18

By Ryan Nauman 04 Dec 2018

All eyes will be on the much anticipated high-stakes meeting between U.S. President Trump and China President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit this weekend. Optimism is growing for a deal to be hatched, which I find unlikely. There are too many moving parts to conjure up a grand deal over a dinner date. Instead, I look for a constructive meeting that gives Trump enough motivation to delay/remove the upcoming increase in existing 10% tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25%, while the two sides negotiate a trade pact. I think both sides are looking for some momentum – President Trump recently lost control of the House of Representatives and is looking for a “win”, while the Chinese economy is struggling and in need of a boost – which will lead to softened tones and a more constructive discussion. Read more from Ryan Nauman's Weekly Recap and subscribe to have it delivered to your inbox each week!

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IGM FX and Rates

Looking Into 2019: EM Asia may see a better year after a bad 2018

By Riki Zhang 03 Dec 2018

Looking into 2019: EM Asia credit may see a better year after a bad 2018. Here is the third part of our series on EM Asian assets.