Inflation concerns hit rates market in early Q2

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Dan Barnes, Eric Vanraes

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Eric Vanraes, portfolio manager of the Strategic Bond Opportunities Fund discusses with Dan Barnes of Trader TV how inflation fears began impacting rates markets at the start of Q2, and what that means for investors and trading – market data from MTS Markets. “Rates markets at the start of Q2 began to see the effect of inflation concerns, along with central bank responses. While the solution to inflation is to increase wages”, says Eric Vanraes, “the temporary financing of private income is the existing stopgap. The slope of the curve in Europe and the US is starting to steepen. If spreads for credit are so low they behave as a proxy to government bonds, investment managers need to consider which fixed-income instruments will offer the best returns in a potentially volatile environment without significantly increasing the risk profile of portfolios.” As always, we invite investors and prospective investors, to contact us should they wish to understand our views on the current situation and the positions held in the portfolio. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information. Adam Turberville Director +44 1481 742380 _ Capital at Risk. The views and statements contained herein are those of Banque Eric Sturdza SA in their capacity as Investment Advisers to the Fund as of 10/06/2021 and are based on internal research and modelling. Please click on Disclaimer Page to view full disclaimers.

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