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EPFR Fund Flow and Allocation Data and Insigh...

June kicks off with record setting inflows for Bond Funds

Global Navigator

The week ending June 3 saw EPFR-tracked Money Market Funds record their biggest outflow since the second week of January. But, rather than chase rallying equity markets, investors have shifted their focus to fixed income groups. They steered over $30 billion into all Bond Funds – a new weekly record – with High Yield Bonds posting their second largest inflow since EPFR started tracking them and US Bond Funds their biggest in over 17 years.

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IGM FX and Rates

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

IGM Credit

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

China Insight: Bonds sold off after PBOC opted for unconventional QE

IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates

Monthly Issuance Volume Statistics in the Asia Pacific US$ Corporate Bond Market

IGM APAC

This month, Credit Analysts Sylvia Xu and Andrew Perrin look at monthly issuance volume statistics in the Asia Pacific US$ corporate bond market across rating type, asset class and jurisdiction and more…

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IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates

China Insight: Messages From NPC Are Less Dovish Than Expected

China Insight

The NPC ended on Thursday (28 May). In the post-NPC press conference, Premier Li Keqiang gave a couple of remarks: - China will not hesitate to loosen policy more if needed. The focus of the policy loosening is not on infrastructure but on consumption. It's worth noting that Premier Li, unlike in the past, this time didn't say he would maintain ample liquidity in the financial system. - Premier Li Keqiang did not agree with the market's statement that the planned policy package is not strong enough. He said the magnitude of the policy package is reasonable, indicating low possibility of aggressive stimulus in the near term. Overall, Premier Li's remarks reflect central government's intention to avoid being too dovish in the aftermath of COVID-19.

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IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates

Macro Outlook Relies on more than Liquidity Infusions

Macro Outlook Relies on more than Liquidity Infusions

The macro recovery is not just about large doses of economic liquidity, but getting it moving around the economy at a fast-enough rate. The response of governments to the Covid-19 pandemic was not to create war time economies. Whatever the same governments may have said to describe the impact. The effect of policy was to demobilise and create what the Federal Reserve Chief, amongst many, called ‘unprecedented’ when referring to the depth of the economic contraction...

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IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates

The Context 06.01.20

The Context

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EPFR Fund Flows

Cameron Brandt, director of research at EPFR Global, quoted in CNN

CNBC

Cameron Brandt, director of research at EPFR Global, quoted in CNN article "How to invest in a pandemic: Buy boring stocks."

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