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Seven new holdings in unique buying opportunity
Carnegie Global

Seven new holdings in unique buying opportunity

A number of unfortunate records have been set since February 19, with the fastest stock market fall ever in the US. The S&P 500 fell 34 percent in 33 days....

Mikael Tarnawski-Berlin 3 April 2020
Look for strong balance sheets
Carnegie Sverigefond

Look for strong balance sheets

The blackest swan I have ever seen. It is hard to think of a clearer description of Covid-19 and its impact on the world, health and stock exchanges. We all...

Simon Blecher 3 April 2020
Trade war – A gentle breeze compared to Covid-19
Carnegie Asia

Trade war – A gentle breeze compared to Covid-19

After two months of lockdown, China now has limited numbers of new coronavirus infections. Japan and South Korea are well on track, and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore are not...

Gunnar Påhlson 2 April 2020
Tentative buyers return
Carnegie Investment Grade

Tentative buyers return

With a highly turbulent month behind us there is hope of a more stable future. The progress of the coronavirus has caused great concern globally, and it is still difficult...

Mona Stenmark 2 April 2020
Is the worst behind us?
Carnegie Strategifond

Is the worst behind us?

March 2020 turned out to be one of the most dramatic months in living memory, for both securities markets and the fund. Even traditionally safe investments such as government bonds...

John Strömgren 1 April 2020
Conflict, collapse and coronavirus in Russia
Carnegie Rysslandsfond

Conflict, collapse and coronavirus in Russia

The decline that began in late February accelerated during March. It is clear that the coronavirus will affect everyone and that all the world’s markets are hostage to the virus....

Fredrik Colliander 1 April 2020
Fixed income funds reopen

Fixed income funds reopen

On Friday, Carnegie Fonder decided to suspend trading in funds that invest in corporate bonds. As a consequence of the substantial turbulence in the market, there was a risk that...

Erik Amcoff 22 March 2020
Fund trading suspended

Fund trading suspended

The prevailing exceptional market turmoil has led to uncertainty in the pricing of corporate bonds. Carnegie Fonder has therefore decided to suspend trading in the funds that invest in corporate...

Erik Amcoff 20 March 2020
Blecher: “Experience suggests that the market turns before the economy”

Blecher: “Experience suggests that the market turns before the economy”

A global financial crisis that cannot be halted. The Covid-19 crisis is unique, and is fundamentally changing many parts of our society. But we are long-term owners of well-managed companies,...

Kristina Flintull 17 March 2020
Credit portfolio managers: “A need for liquidity”

Credit portfolio managers: “A need for liquidity”

Stock markets are crashing, as are the credit markets. What is the reaction of Carnegie Fonder’s fixed income managers to the Covid-19 crisis? Niklas Edman and Mikael Engvall provide their...

Erik Amcoff 16 March 2020
The downside to index tracking
Carnegie Indienfond

The downside to index tracking

Carnegie Indienfond fell 4.1 % this month. Around forty cases of coronavirus were registered in India this past week. All appear to have been infected abroad. India already has plenty...

Gunnar Påhlson 9 March 2020
Expect more Chinese support
Carnegie Asia

Expect more Chinese support

Carnegie Asia fell 1.3 % this month. By now, it is no surprise to anyone that the spread of the coronavirus has completely dominated news reporting and the stock market...

Gunnar Påhlson 9 March 2020
Winners from staying home
Carnegie Småbolagsfond

Winners from staying home

The stock market slide has been widespread and, broad brush, both sectors and individual stocks have fallen equally far. This makes it smart to seek out stocks with a good...

Viktor Henriksson 6 March 2020
More cash and focus on liquidity
Carnegie Corporate Bond

More cash and focus on liquidity

February began strongly, with increased risk appetite. Stock exchanges widely rose after a somewhat weaker end to January. However, sentiment swung sharply in the last week of February after news...

Maria Andersson 4 March 2020