Volatility is back and the end of negative macroeconomic surprises in the Eurozone (especially on the inflation front) and flows are expected to push European bond yields up in the coming months.
In the attached white paper we look at European Convertible Bonds' attractiveness in this market environment. They offer a compelling risk/return profile, add portfolio diversification, provide exposure to volatile themes, with less risk, and are less sensitive to increasing interest rates.
We believe that our active but cautious approach applied to the Generali Investments Sicav Convertible Bond sub-fund offers investors the opportunity to take advantage of both the asset class and changing market conditions.
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As expected, key rates remained unchanged; the ECB committed itself to leave them at the present level for at least through the summer of 2019 while confirming that QE will end in December 2018.Read More
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