Businesses that can call upon capital and expertise from private equity owners are seen as better able to weather the huge economic impact of the coronavirus lockdown.
Countries are still reporting new Covid-19 cases, and the path to full recovery is uncertain. Four fund houses explain how they have kept running and what's next, post-pandemic.
The difficult market conditions that the Covid-19 pandemic has created could accelerate an existing trend among asset owners: using passive funds to invest in mainstream assets.
Asian debt markets have been hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, however there are potential opportunities out there. China, for example, has actually seen corporate defaults fall because of proactive government measures. Overall, SSGA expect yields to trend lower. Here’s why.
The development of COVID-19 raises three key issues: the efficacy of the global response, the path of the recovery, and the conservative behaviour of consumers after a pandemic. PineBridge Investments assesses how these factors could affect fixed income, equities, and alternatives markets.
The spread of COVID-19 has placed extraordinary pressure on the markets. The stronger fundamentals, market structures and dynamics of Asian economies and bond markets are some of the main factors underpinning the relative resilience of Asian local currency bonds.