The UK electorate has rejected hard-line left-wing politics and voted for free market capitalism.
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The low-growth, strong-dollar cycle may be nearing an end.
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Article by Huw Davies on the yield curve and economic recessions.
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Analysing contingent convertible bonds, or CoCos, isn’t so different from other credit analyses
Because of their unique characteristics, CoCos offer potential benefits in different rate environments.
A ``CoCo’’ or contingent convertible bond is a newer kind of security issued by banks and insurance companies
Merian Global Investors’ CoCo fund aims to be selective, choosing the highest quality and best value Cocos