The coronavirus induced volatility has really brought the importance of portfolio diversification to the forefront of investors’ minds. Now is the perfect time to assess both the make-up of your portfolio and risk exposure within the portfolio.
Like the broader corporate bond market, RMBS is also responding to market uncertainty. Structural support features and government assistance for borrowers will provide short-term support for the asset class.
The RBA’s QE announcement focused on ensuring flow of credit to businesses and households via ADIs.
Volatility has returned to the market disrupting the upward trend of higher share prices, so what does this mean for bond portfolios?
We are only a month into the new year and already there have been a number of events that we classify as remarkable in nature, which will have long lasting effects on financial markets.
A look at events that affected Australian bond investors over 2019 and reflect on the good, the bad and the ugly.
We have added bank Tier 1 securities and discos to our offering in addition to broadening our product suite.
We take a look at the QTC 6.50% 2033 bond that offers a strong income stream while providing exposure to a liquid and low risk government credit.
We take a look at negative yielding bonds and the implications for Australian bond investors.
The Solactive FIIG Australian High Yield and Non-Rated Bond TR Index is a new index that allows investors to assess performance of the AUD high yield (HY) bond market.