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Continued strength for Corporate Bond
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Continued strength for Corporate Bond

After a couple of quiet summer months, market activity began slowly but surely to rise again at the end of August. Given the shortage of supply, strong fund flows and...

Maria Andersson 9 September 2019
Summer lull on issue front
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Summer lull on issue front

The shortage of new issues and continued fund inflows again led to record asset price levels in July’s summer heat. In term of news, Brexit is now being shepherded by...

Maria Andersson 6 August 2019
High pressure for Corporate Bond
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High pressure for Corporate Bond

Global sentiment continued this year’s trend in June, switching between risk-on and risk-off, mainly on the political relationship between Trump and the wider world. The weekend’s G20 meeting ended on...

Niklas Edman 2 July 2019
May brought more green bonds
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May brought more green bonds

After an fantastic start to 2019, sentiment swung after Trump announced new tariffs, believing that negotiations with China had collapsed. The Nordic markets held up well long into May, but...

Maria Andersson, Niklas Edman 3 June 2019
Finally an IG rating for SBB
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Finally an IG rating for SBB

April and spring weather have left their mark on the mood around the world, and most conflicts suddenly seem to be on the road of improvement. Carnegie Corporate Bond developed...

Niklas Edman 3 May 2019
Why invest in Nordic credits?
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Why invest in Nordic credits?

  The Nordic market offers many opportunities for investors. Lower debt levels than European equivalents, good sector and currency diversification and the region is forefront of the market for green...

David Östman 20 April 2019
Another strong month
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Another strong month

Following a very strong start to 2019, March saw continued strong sentiment but with higher volatility, in line with weaker macroeconomic indicators, primarily in Europe and China. In the US,...

Niklas Edman 5 April 2019
“Extremely strong beginning of 2019”

“Extremely strong beginning of 2019”

The Nordic credit market got off to a roaring start in 2019, with increased risk appetite and a large number of new issues. And Carnegie Fonder’s fixed income team continue...

Erik Amcoff 26 March 2019
Buyers in a good mood and higher risk-taking
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Buyers in a good mood and higher risk-taking

February continued in the same vein as January and reflected a lighter mood in global markets. The broad downturn in Q4, the sharp recovery in 2019 and the fact that...

Maria Andersson 6 March 2019
Strong market and attractive coupons
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Strong market and attractive coupons

After a weak end to 2018, risk appetite turned at the start of 2019 and markets recovered much of last year’s losses in January. Despite some persistent political clouds, global...

Niklas Edman 6 February 2019
Welcome news for investment grade
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Welcome news for investment grade

The December chill maintained its grip on the markets, and this month turned out to be one of the worst for credits since the financial crisis of 2008. Globally, several...

Niklas Edman 7 January 2019
One of the weakest months in a long time
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One of the weakest months in a long time

After a mixed year of summer warmth and autumn rain, November brought a raw winter chill. Trade tensions, tariff wars and political uncertainty were used as reasons for corporate bond...

Niklas Edman 10 December 2018
Increased volatility gives scope for safe holdings
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Increased volatility gives scope for safe holdings

Autumn arrived in October, and stock markets soon felt the frost. Global focus has been on the escalation of trade tariffs, a possible economic slowdown and companies failing to deliver...

Niklas Edman 5 November 2018
Mood swings in the market
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Mood swings in the market

The autumn drizzles arrived as the unknowns of the Swedish general election became known. Although it looks like formation of a government will be tricky, as in most other European...

Niklas Edman 1 October 2018