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Global Markets

The Fed is headed in the same direction as the ECB

(June 19): The US Federal Reserve has started buying corporate bonds in the secondary market, but it is not the first of its peers to do so.

Investing ideas

Limited downside risks for bonds, but look out for perps with upcoming call dates: analysts

SINGAPORE (June 4): Given the massive selloff of perpetual bonds earlier in March, analysts believe the bonds market has limited downside as risks have been largely priced in. 

Investing strategy

Why 2019 might be a better year for investors: Schroders

After the disappointment of 2018, Schroders chief executive Peter Harrison rounds up the factors its fund managers think could lead to a brighter year ahead.

Seven questions on corporate bonds answered

SINGAPORE (Mar 22): Investors face a constant dilemma over which assets, such as shares, bonds and property, to invest in. The answer is often that a mix of assets can help meet your goals.

Broker's Calls

Strong project pipeline to buoy China Everbright Water through FY17

SINGAPORE (Aug 8): RHB Research is maintaining its “buy” call on China Everbright Water with a price target estimate of 54 cents, after the environmental protection company yesterday posted a set o

Sector Focus

More Asian defaults loom in 2017 amid record Korea shipyard debt

SEOUL (Dec 23): As if investors in Asia's troubled corporate bond markets don't have enough to worry about, concern is mounting about whether South Korean shipyards will be able to repay record amo

Broker's Calls

Banks key to survival of O&G companies

SINGAPORE (Aug 25): OCBC Investment Research analyst Low Pei Han says banks that are currently financing the O&G companies will play a key role in ensuring their survivability.

Should Asian investors shun Singapore?

SINGAPORE (Aug 5): HSBC Global Research is downgrading its view on Singapore’s equities from “overweight” to “neutral”.

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