Asset Allocation Insights
Asset Allocation Insights is a prospective publication that analyses the macroeconomic framework and defines the allocation of assets.
Our monthly view on asset allocation (December 2019)
The resumption of talks between the US and China, declining political risk in the UK and a third Fed rate cut in four months have supported another leg up in equity markets. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (November 2019)
Brexit twists and turns on the one hand and Twitter-format US/China trade negotiations on the other have both become such regular features in our investment landscape that it has become difficult to d [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (October 2019)
The back-to-school season has been pretty eventful but has not  provided much more clarity on the macroeconomic situation. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (September 2019)
As is often the case, August has not been as quiet a month in financial markets as those taking summer holidays would expect. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (August 2019)
Financial markets have been spurred by the Federal Reserve and the ECB clearly signalling more monetary policy accommodation is in the cards for the second half of the year. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (July 2019)
Here we go again – the desperate hunt for yield is back. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (June 2019)
Let’s get straight to the point – disappointments and concerns are mounting. First, economic growth momentum remains weak. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (May 2019)
Markets continued to be supported by the goldilocks markets environment, where central banks remain dovish, growth is decent and there are no signs of inflationary pressures. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (April 2019)
Markets continued to move higher over the period as central banks are expected to remain accommodative, extending the business cycle.  Despite that, we believe that it is now too late to chase the ral [...]
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