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IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate, HY sees more outflows

By Matthew Barrett 21 Apr 2017

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate, HY sees more outflows

IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows slow, HY sees minimal outflows

By Matthew Barrett 18 Apr 2017

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows slow, HY sees minimal outflows

IGM Credit

Snapshot - Valuation of 1Q2017 APAC USD New Issues

By Haikal Razak 13 Apr 2017

Snapshot valuation of 1Q2017 APAC USD new issuances

IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate, HY ends losing run

By Matthew Barrett 07 Apr 2017

EPFR FUND FLOWS: EUR IG inflows accelerate, HY ends losing run

IGM Credit

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

By Matthew Barrett 31 Mar 2017

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

IGM FX and Rates

Please find attached the IGM April 2017 Monthly Interest Rate Outlook

By Marcus Dewsnap 31 Mar 2017

April Edition of the IGM Monthly Interest Rate Outlook

IGM FX and Rates

Please find attached the IGM April 2017 Monthly Interest Rate Outlook

By Marcus Dewsnap 31 Mar 2017

April Edition of the IGM Monthly Interest Rate Outlook

IGM FX and Rates

Monthly Interest Rate Outlook April 2017

By David Ader and Cameron Brandt 31 Mar 2017

The global interest rate tide is clearly turning. Of the major developed and emerging markets that IGM tracks, only one developed (Norway) and four emerging (Russia, Brazil, Chile and Korea) are currently projected to cut rates even further. The question now occupying investors, our analysts and the market is the timing and degree of tightening cycles.