With monetary policy normalization in the US underway, managing duration exposure using short duration credit can help mitigate volatility in fixed income portfolios against a backdrop of rising rates.
Join portfolio manager Mary Bowers and product specialist Julian Moore as they explore the lesser known short duration segment within global high yield. Together, they will provide insight into:
-What exactly defines the global short duration high yield segment?
-How it can be particularly attractive in today’s markets
-Where we see the markets moving in the future
Through the years, tapping into our deep roots in both China and India, HSBC has become one of the world's largest managers of emerging markets assets. But we’re more than just emerging markets. We offer investors a host of opportunities and strategies across the investment spectrum.
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Corporate bonds that span the BBB to BB rated space are referred to as "crossover bonds." By focusing on this space, investors can maintain a higher quality rating while adding relatively higher yield for the level of credit risk.
Emerging market countries can issue hard currency debt denominated in global currencies such as the US dollar, but many EM countries can also issue debt denominated in their local currency. To learn how to best evaluate a local EM currency, watch this informative video.
Join us for HSBC Global Asset Management's webinar on Emerging Markets Debt (EMD), hosted by Brian Dunnett, Senior Global Emerging Markets Debt Product Specialist, with Nishant Upadhyay, Head of Global Emerging Markets Debt and Binqi Liu, EMD Economist.
We have begun to observe a stabilization in economic fundamentals in a number of EM countries, global monetary policy support that has mitigated external threats, and finally, attractive relative valuations in EM vs. developed markets.
Enhanced money market fund regulation, in the form of an amendment to Rule 2a-7of the Investment Company Act of 1940, is due to come into effect in 2016. With less than a year to go until the more structural changes are implemented, it is time to consider the details of how these changes will impact institutional investors in prime money market funds.
We believe that money market fund investors should use the remaining time to understand the changes and how they will impact their cash investment strategies from October 2016 onwards