Philippe Berthelot, Head of Credit and Money Markets at Ostrum AM, addresses key investor concerns and what they mean for fixed income allocations.
Find out how Mirova’s Mathilde Dufour began her journey in sustainable investing and what keeps her motivated as head of sustainability research.
Portfolio strategists analyze macro storylines in the third quarter including growth, inflation, the strength of the US consumer, and the outlook for rates.
Portfolio strategists offer their take on investor misperceptions, inflation and the Fed’s pause, market tailwinds, and tactical allocation opportunities.
Find out how Mirova’s Agathe Foussard began her journey in sustainable investing and what keeps her motivated as a portfolio manager.
An interest rate reset, disciplined companies with low potential losses, duration views, opportunities, and risks are shared by our fixed income managers.
Focusing on the area between investment grade and high yield corporate bonds can be advantageous, explains Loomis Sayles’ Fixed Income Manager Matt Eagan.
For sustainable investors, navigating the regulatory and political landscape has become a real challenge in recent years. What does the future hold?
In 2022, green bond volumes fell year-on-year for the first time in a decade. Mirova’s Bertrand Rocher and Agathe Foussard explain why 2023 looks brighter.
While COP15 paved the way for new regulations, achieving zero biodiversity loss by 2030 requires a concerted effort among investors and consumers alike.
Find out how Mirova’s Bertrand Rocher began his journey in sustainable investing and what keeps him motivated as a portfolio manager.
Fixed income has re-emerged as an asset class of choice in 2023, yet the market environment remains complex.
Portfolio strategists offer their take on the changing macro narrative in the first quarter, the banking crisis, and prospects for a soft or hard landing.
Why UBS took over Credit Suisse, what AT1 bonds are, and how bond investors globally may be impacted are explained by Loomis Sayles Credit Research.
Our experts from Loomis Sayles, Ostrum and Natixis Investment Managers Solutions discuss why some of the opportunities in the fixed income space are the most exciting they’ve been for more than 15 years.
Not all green bonds are created equal. Thankfully, some managers will only invest in an issuer if the impacts are sufficiently clear and achievable.
The fixed income market was even less attractive than equities in 2022. So why are investors hearing that ‘bonds are back’ for 2023?
With bond yields higher than they’ve been in years, Fixed Income Manager Matt Eagan discusses the opportunities he is pursuing in the fixed income markets.
Loomis Sayles’ Core Plus Bond Co-Manager delves into interest rate levels, global growth prospects and where yield opportunities may be in bond markets.
Loomis Sayles’ Senior Macro Strategies Research Analsyt, Craig Burelle, takes a look at the corporate sector and the implications of a lowering in pricing power.
After a lengthy hiatus, yield is back, says Loomis Sayles Fixed Income Manager Brian Kennedy. He shares market dynamics and late cycle ideas for fixed income portfolios.
The Loomis Sayles Emerging Markets Debt Sector Team shares their views on growth, corporate defaults and inflation.
What will happen in 2023? Participants at the Natixis Investment Managers seminar heard a variety of solutions to help guide their investment strategies forward in 2023.
The Loomis Sayles Global Credit Sector Team discusses rate volatility, possibly deteriorating credit fundamentals and key technicals at play in the market.
For investors looking to have a positive environmental impact, green bonds are among some of the most transparent fixed income investments available
Why the bond market is becoming increasingly attractive is explained by Rick Raczkowski, Co-Manager of Loomis Sayles’ Core Plus Bond strategy.
Three fixed income market experts share diverse views on Fed rate hikes, inflation, high yield’s liquidity issue, and value opportunities in 2023.
Allocations are under review amid sustained inflation and a recessionary environment.
Actively-managed, short-dated corporate bonds are a good fit for cautious EM investors.
Portfolio strategists discuss topics including the path of inflation, supply chain dynamics, dollar strength and the markets’ reactions.
The 2019 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors reveals that investors are conflicted about risk, returns and what they can expect from their investments.