Recession fears are rising, as the trade war hurts confidence and investments globally. This is helping the negative yield disease to spread, with seventeen trillions of bonds now trading below zero.
How is this changing the investment world?

Vincent Chaigneau, Head of Research, discusses the outlook into yearend and shares investment recommendations.
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THE NEGATIVE YIELD DISEASE

Market View by Vincent Chaigneau,
Head of Research

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