Global reserve levels are recovering from a series of unprecedented economic shocks. In the new interest rate era, bonds became more appealing as yields rose. But they also come with the risk of devaluation as above-target inflation persists. Many…
Invesco comments on the case study interviews conducted by Central Banking for this report, and key reserve challenges such as global high inflation and balance sheet dynamics in emerging and advanced economies.
After many central banks’ reserves declined in 2022, how should managers evaluate their fixed income investment policies in an uncertain period following years of unprecedented shocks?
Central Banking speaks to four officials about their fixed income investments and how monetary policy and inflation interact with reserve management.
Invesco addresses the concerns of large institutional investors investing in the corporate bond market, covering key metrics when evaluating strategies for inclusion in portfolios, and the strength of fixed income factor investing in the corporate bond…
Panellists discuss tranching, tactical diversification and strategic asset allocation governance in current market conditions during a Central Banking roundtable in collaboration with Invesco.
Gerardo García, director general of central banking operations at Bank of Mexico, discusses fixed income, including US Treasury and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) dynamics, currency diversification, the value of external managers and his extensive use…
Research director explains $5.4 billion loss for 2022 mainly due to debt restructuring
Large banks will be able to deal in foreign bonds via Hong Kong under new scheme
The curve inversion has not materialised, while low long-term yields may be related to quantitative easing
Despite huge demands for bonds, Asia's debt markets remain nationally focused. Anthony Rowley reports from Tokyo on central-bank led initiatives to launch two Asian bond funds.