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The outlook for credits: Dead cat bounce
The outlook for credits: Dead cat bounce
04-04-2019 | Quarterly outlook
The outlook for credits: The emperor is naked
The outlook for credits: The emperor is naked
Despite our repeated concerns about high corporate leverage and too much risk appetite, it is only now that credit markets are beginning to react to the global economic slowdown, and the next recession is being openly discussed.
20-12-2018 | Quarterly outlook
Multi-factor bonds: an alternative to passive fixed income
Multi-factor bonds: an alternative to passive fixed income
A growing number of investors are implementing their fixed income strategies through passive Exchange Traded funds (ETFs).
28-11-2018 | Insight
Factor investing in corporate bond markets - Client Case Studies
Factor investing in corporate bond markets - Client Case Studies
Does factor investing work for credits?
13-11-2018 | Insight
Bond. Corporate Bond
Bond. Corporate Bond
What should and should not be included in strategic asset allocation is a hotly debated topic.
05-11-2018 | 5-Year outlook
Beware the monetary tide is turning
Beware the monetary tide is turning
Tighter dollar liquidity and a trade war that is fast becoming a deeper economic struggle will continue to affect markets.
24-10-2018 | Quarterly outlook
The outlook for credits: crowding out credit
The outlook for credits: crowding out credit
The US economy is still firing on all cylinders.
05-10-2018 | Quarterly outlook
Trade risks are complicating the picture for bonds
Trade risks are complicating the picture for bonds
The trade war threat and political risks in Italy are reasons to remain cautious on bonds.
20-07-2018 | Quarterly outlook
Fact or fiction: SI only works with equities
Fact or fiction: SI only works with equities
Hundreds of investors are convinced that sustainability investing offers a better way of buying equities.
16-07-2018 | Insight
The outlook for credits: a slow bleed?
The outlook for credits: a slow bleed?
We are past the peak of the credit cycle and uncertainty lies ahead.
06-07-2018 | Quarterly outlook
A late-cycle approach to high yield
A late-cycle approach to high yield
Has the time come to adopt a more defensive approach to high yield?
11-06-2018 | Insight
High dividend investing: buy them stable & strong
High dividend investing: buy them stable & strong
Stock price fluctuations tend to monopolize investors’ attention, on a daily basis.
24-04-2018 | Insight
Flows that matter for government bonds
Flows that matter for government bonds
Government bond markets are extremely sensitive to any upside surprise in US inflation expectations.
20-04-2018 | Quarterly outlook
The outlook for credits: active managers are coming to life
The outlook for credits: active managers are coming to life
Although fundamentals are positive with a global economy firing on all cylinders, risky assets are expensive.
10-04-2018 | Quarterly outlook
There is always an opportunity somewhere in credits
There is always an opportunity somewhere in credits
The credits markets have undergone a metamorphosis in the last decade.
01-03-2018 | Insight
No bond bear market yet, but watch your Bunds
No bond bear market yet, but watch your Bunds
Yields in the euro area are increasingly difficult to match with the strong economic uptick.
25-01-2018 | Quarterly outlook
Credit outlook: risk management is key
Credit outlook: risk management is key
The 2018 outlook on credits is cautious.
23-01-2018 | Video
Six ways to improve the sustainability of credit portfolios
Six ways to improve the sustainability of credit portfolios
It is our conviction that analying sustainability information leads to better informed investment decisions.
29-11-2017 | Insight
Six key ESG issues in energy credits
Six key ESG issues in energy credits
The energy sector is faced with big ESG challenges.
06-04-2017 | Insight
The quarterly outlook for credits: we are on borrowed time
The quarterly outlook for credits: we are on borrowed time
How much further can the US business cycle be extended?
04-04-2016 | Quarterly outlook
Four unjustified stress factors for high yield bonds
Four unjustified stress factors for high yield bonds
Investors in high yield bonds should be careful that they do not get carried away by the unpredictable sentiment on financial markets.
14-03-2016 | Insight
Robeco High Yield Bonds: getting more than you pay for
Robeco High Yield Bonds: getting more than you pay for
In the volatile high yield bond market Robeco High Yield Bonds’ investment process has to prove its strength.
02-03-2016 | Insight
Credit analysis and ESG: a perfect fit
Credit analysis and ESG: a perfect fit
One of the cornerstones of the investment philosophy of Robeco’s Credit team is that avoiding losers is more important than picking every winner.
17-09-2014 | Research
ESG integration, in particular for corporate bonds
ESG integration, in particular for corporate bonds
Institutional investors are becoming increasingly aware of the fact that trends such as population growth, the scarcity of raw materials and globalization have an impact on a company's risks and opportunities.
08-09-2014 | Insight
The impact of ESG on credit portfolios: the energy sector
The impact of ESG on credit portfolios: the energy sector
Policy makers around the world are issuing regulations to reduce air pollution and climate change.
09-05-2014 | Research
Quant investing in liquid high yield
Quant investing in liquid high yield
Robeco introduced Robeco Quant High Yield Fund on March 28, 2014.
24-04-2014 | Insight

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