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Secured Credit Insight September 2014 - Europe and US: covenants, floors and flows

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The September 2014 edition of the Secured Credit Insight covers some of the recent trends seen in the secured loans market, and the degree of convergence between Europe and the US.

Rediscovering European loans

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The European loan market has experienced something of a revival over the past 18 months. 2013 saw by far the largest volume of issuance for several years, while 2014 is on track to record an even higher total. David Milward, Head of Loans at Henderson, comments on the renewed interest in this market.

THINK/Bonds September 2014 - Is it normal to talk about neutral?

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In the latest issue of THINK/Bonds, Phil Apel, Head of Fixed Income/ISG at Henderson, examines expectations by some market participants that in the future the neutral rate for the US Federal Reserve interest rate policy will be considerably lower than historical averages, and the central bank’s current projections. Is there a case for a lower neutral rate and what does it mean for asset prices?

Natural resources: two months in

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True to his motto "We use the benchmark index to challenge rather than dictate our portfolio construction", the Henderson Horizon Global Natural Resources Fund shows a significant divergence from its benchmark. Fund manager David Whitten outlines what the portfolio looks like two months post launch and describes the breadth and depth of the fund’s natural resource universe that offers plenty of opportunities up and down the supply chain across Energy, Mining and Agriculture.

Opportunities shift from domestic to global Europe

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There have been some tangible signs that confidence is slowly returning to Europe, although recent gross domestic product (GDP) numbers and industrial figures have been lacklustre. The unemployment rate for Europe, while still at elevated levels compared to historical averages, has begun to fall. New car sales are also rising – job security makes a new car purchase a far easier decision. There are, nonetheless, a range of significant hurdles to overcome, not least the consequent impact of the escalating crisis in Ukraine.

ECB takes up the QE baton, decoupling Europe from the US

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At its 4 September meeting, the European Central Bank (ECB) unleashed a fresh round of monetary stimulus in response to weakening growth and inflation expectations for the region. What are the implications of the ECB actions and of the decoupling of the markets in the US and Europe?

Focus on the relative value - Henderson Horizon Euroland Fund Update Webcast

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On 23 September 2014 at 14:00 BST, Nick Sheridan, manager of the Henderson Horizon Euroland Fund, will provide an overview of performance and positioning for his bottom-up ‘value-biased’ strategy. He will also provide an overview of his thoughts on the relative value of Euroland equities and why he believes that, despite the current heightened level of uncertainty, the region can offer investors an attractive rate of return over the next few years.

Who bought the bond market?

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The bond rally this year caught many investors off guard; we believe this rally is largely technically driven and are not of the view that the bull flattening of the curve, where longer dated yields have fallen faster than short-dated yields, is telling us anything more sinister about forward looking growth dynamics as some commentators believe. It does, however, merit a look at the drivers and the main buyers.

Viewpoint: Reaction to ECB rate cut

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On Thursday 4 September 2014, the European Central Bank (ECB) cut rates to new record lows while announcing a programme of private sector asset purchases aimed at bolstering the eurozone’s flagging economy. Here are a few summary views from various desks at Henderson regarding the ECB announcements.

Simon Ward: ECB surprises positively but QE still distant

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Henderson Chief Economist Simon Ward gives his view on the ECB rate cut.