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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
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
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
“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
National Debt Office foresees a stronger krona
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National Debt Office foresees a stronger krona

We saw falling rates for Swedish government bonds after capital went looking for low-risk assets at month-end. The political mess in Italy was a factor that helped push up risk...

Mikael Engvall 4 June 2018