The ECB will cut the size of its monthly asset purchases to €30bn ($34.9bn) from January next year, ECB-president Mario Draghi announced on Thursday. Bond and equity markets as well as the euro hardly responded to the announcement.
ECB gets tough
Fund managers weigh in after ECB president Mario Draghi jolted markets with his bold monetary policy moves.
FSA Investment Forum Singapore: Rate hikes and bonds
In a video interview, Jiek Sohn, investment director at M&G Investments, talks about the impact of the coming US rate hike on European bonds.
Is it time for an unconstrained strategy?
“There has been a big increase in demand for unconstrained investing strategies. A lot of investors are concerned about the sell-off in emerging markets in case the US Federal Reserve hikes rates,” Stitt said, in an interview with Fund Selector Asia. “They are still drawing parallels from the taper tantrum. A lot of clients are, therefore, […]