Refinitiv is expanding its data distribution agreement with Yieldbroker to provide Bank Bills pricing to customers. The partnership enables Refinitiv to provide market participants with information relating to short-term funding, balance sheet management, hedging strategies, necessary instrument valuation, and risk management.
Markets are pricing in a V-shaped recovery, which may be too optimistic considering current valuations and the extent of the drawdown, according to the latest analysis from NN Investment Partners.
ChartIQ, a financial software company, has launched its term structure graph for the fixed income and derivatives markets.
The Taiwan Futures Exchange (TAIFEX) is set to provide real-time market data feed from 23 March 2020 simultaneously with the introduction of continuous trading on Taiwan’s stock market, which currently adopts the call auction trading method during trading hours.
Invesco has published its sixth Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study, an annual in-depth report on the complex investment behaviour of sovereign wealth funds and central banks, which this year shows that equities have now overtaken bonds to become the lead asset class for sovereigns across active, passive and factor strategies.
The EQ Derivatives survey finds that alternative risk premia strategies have been adopted by innovative pension funds around the globe since the Global Financial Crisis, with assets invested in the strategies now poised to grow 35 per cent by 2019 to USD67 billion.
Commodity investment is back in the spotlight, says investment consultants, bfinance.
February’s spike in volatility caused nearly half (42.1 per cent) of investors to adjust their equity market outlook, according to the results of a survey published today by BarclayHedge and Markov Processes International (MPI).
Mike Venuto and the team behind TETF have written a note on the ETF response to latest market volatility.
Property buying agents Black Brick has published its January review and 2018 outlook, reporting grounds for optimism that the London property market will pick up in 2018.