Reserve managers stick to asset diversification

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Most reserve managers will proceed with the asset diversification of their portfolios despite higher sovereign bond yields.

Overall, 53% of respondents to HSBC Reserve Management Trends 2022 reported higher yields will not have an impact on diversification in their portfolios, while 23% said it will slow down the pace of diversification, and 21% said it will increase their plans to add new asset classes or current allocations to unconventional assets. Only 3% said higher yields will make them

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