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The €12.6bn jumbo deal unveiled by Numericable and Altice on Monday 14 April is set to become Europe's largest ever high yield bond sale, which could become the Verizon of the high yield bond markets.
James McAlevey on Citywire Global TV talking about the European Central Bank and why the possibility of European quantitative easing is remote, plus reasons to like the 100-year Mexican sterling bond issue.
Chris Bullock looks at developments within credit markets, notably those companies that have successfully moved from a sub-investment grade to an investment grade rating. With it often proving profitable to identify the potential for such ratings upgrades before they occur, he describes several issuers within his portfolios that he believes could ultimately achieve investment grade status.
The latest issue of the Global Snapshot provides a round-up of the main developments in economics, bonds, currencies and equity markets in March 2014. Plus Simon Ward, Henderson’s Chief Economist, shares his latest economic views.
Paul O’Connor, Co-Head of Multi-Asset, discusses the latest US Employment Report. Taken together with other recent macroeconomic releases Stateside, he expects the underlying recovery to become increasingly visible as weather effects recede. He says that US macro dynamics in the months ahead should support a pro-cyclical stance in asset allocation.
The ECB left rates unchanged at the record low of 0.25% at its 3 April meeting while officials seemed to signal that European quantitative easing (QE) is not off the table. James McAlevey, Head of Interest Rates, gives a brief view of the latest ECB meeting.
As investors rotate from bonds into other yielding assets, property equities are benefiting – but a successful stock picking approach will be increasingly important going forward.
As has been the case in the past, Japan is misbehaving once again. Equities have slipped since the beginning of the year and foreign investors have turned sellers of Japanese equities having been large buyers of ‘Abenomics’ last year. But is such action justified?