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Strong month for credits
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Strong month for credits

Covid-19 continues to dominate the global news flow. Most countries are gradually opening up, and there seems to be some slowing of the spread. The performance of the credit market...

Mona Stenmark 2 June 2020
Three-year green bond from Sveaskog
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Three-year green bond from Sveaskog

The late-March trend persisted in April, with stabilising prices and buyers returning. Carnegie Investment Grade rose 1.28 percent this month. The Riksbank kept interest rates unchanged and prioritised other crisis...

Mona Stenmark 5 May 2020
Tentative buyers return
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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
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
Attractive issue from Kinnevik
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Attractive issue from Kinnevik

February news revolved around the coronavirus and its spread, which accelerated outside China. This, of course, countered the indications that the infection rate was actually slowing down in China. Concerns...

Mona Stenmark 3 March 2020
New holdings focus on energy efficiency and renewables
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New holdings focus on energy efficiency and renewables

The news flow during the first month of the year was dominated by the coronavirus and its spread. This inevitably led to concerns in the markets globally. Long-term interest rates...

Mona Stenmark 5 February 2020
A Danish hearing specialist
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A Danish hearing specialist

The last month of 2019 offered no major surprises. There was a highly anticipated decision from the Riksbank to raise interest rates by 25 basis point to 0 percent in...

Mona Stenmark 7 January 2020
It’s the right time for Tomra
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It’s the right time for Tomra

A grey November offered an active market with many primary transactions. There is still demand from investors, and spreads do not appear to have widened to any great extent in...

Mona Stenmark 5 December 2019
We applaud Nobina’s sustainability efforts
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We applaud Nobina’s sustainability efforts

The Riksbank left interest rates unchanged again in October, very much as expected. More surprising was that it continues to communicate a likely increase in December. After that, the interest...

Mona Stenmark 4 November 2019
An ever-greener IG portfolio
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An ever-greener IG portfolio

As expected, the Riksbank left interest rates unchanged at the beginning of the month and communicated that increases are likely to occur at a slower pace than previously forecast, given...

Mona Stenmark 2 October 2019
Values – Carnegie Fonder’s Sustainability Report

Values – Carnegie Fonder’s Sustainability Report

Focus is increasingly on sustainability. The concerns are rarely new to Carnegie Fonder because it has always been important to us to invest in companies for the long term and...

Hans Hedström 1 October 2019
Clear sustainability goals for new holdings
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Clear sustainability goals for new holdings

Market activity got going in August. Long-term interest rates continued to fall, and the weak economy does not suggest that rates will receive support from central banks. Most are communicating...

Mona Stenmark, Mikael Engvall 4 September 2019