Article by Huw Davies on the yield curve and economic recessions.
Widespread cuts in interest rates may be in prospect, and, despite the rally, selected credits may be still cheap.
While much of the discussion at last weekend’s G20 summit centred upon trade, what are the implications for financial markets?...
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
CoCos may not be well-understood, but there are a number of reasons to consider them carefully
Emerging markets bonds have got off to a strong start this year, but it is important to be selective.
Sterling corporate bonds may prove surprisingly resilient despite the uncertainty caused by Brexit.