When evaluating investment strategies it’s critical to understand the nature of the leverage being used.
Why understanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors is critical for credit analysis of European utilities.
The oil market outlook is always a bit complicated, in part due to the impact OPEC can have on balances. For all the attention paid to changes in U.S. shale output, OPEC is capable of swinging oil balances more in a single month than U.S. shale can in a year.
Active management has the potential to provide diversification, generate income and mitigate the risks of higher inflation and rising rates.
In many ways the filings may mark “the end of the beginning” (as Churchill once said) of this chapter for Puerto Rico.
Unlike in March, April’s soft inflation across a range of core goods and services prices cannot be explained away by large, one-off price adjustments or other quirks in the data.
In this issue, Research Affiliates offers insight into its CPI-based secondary return benchmarks, its business cycle modeling and continued opportunities in emerging markets.
A review of last month’s market-moving events across countries and asset classes.
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron will be inaugurated as the next French president on 14 May, thanks to a clear win in the second-round runoff against the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
Brazil is often known for soccer, samba and pristine beaches. Among investors, something else also stands out about Brazil: double-digit interest rates that are significantly higher than its peers’ (see chart). That may soon change.