1521 briefings from 400 companies
Do the recently announced moves by the People’s Bank of China count as quantitative easing? As growth continues to slow, the recent actions look like the PBOC running just to stand still. Read this weekly Economist Insights article to find out more.
Published:27 May 2015
Hollie Briggs, product manager on the US Equity Leaders Fund at Loomis, Sayles & Company, tells Lawrence Gosling how the quality of a company is always the starting point for the fund’s strategy, and explains where she is finding value following the end of US quantitative easing.
Company:Natixis Global Asset Management
Published:16 February 2015
The central bank has finally unveiled a plan to buy €60bn worth of European government bonds every month, from March this year and until September 2016 – or until inflation picks up to desirable levels. This paper explores the immediate reactions, the effects we could expect and the risks involved.
Published:26 January 2015
Central banks today prefer to intervene in markets using quantitative measures rather than effect change via short-term policy rates. This is having far reaching implications for growth expectations, attitudes to credit risk and most importantly, investor behaviour.
Published:01 May 2012