Philip Lawlor, MD Global Markets Research, FTSE Russell
18 Mar 2019
January’s broad risk rally continued in February, as the Fed’s more dovish stance, better-than-expected US Q4 earnings and easing trade tensions buoyed risk appetite. Watch Philip Lawlor, managing director of Global Market Research at FTSE Russell. (Video: 4 min.)
The terms that are used to describe funds' level of risk, such as conservative, balanced, and aggressive, carry some ambiguity. Can they be replaced by more objective terms based strictly on volatility measures?
China's $12 trillion bond market is projected to double in size in the next four years. In the meantime, the renminbi has depreciated and sovereign yields continue to fall. What's the outlook for 2019?