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Claire Xiao
Article 5 min read

How China keeps its debt in order

What is the fiscal firepower of the Chinese government? Depends on how much debt you think China really has. Our analysis is revealing.

Claire Xiao + 3 others | 25 January 2024

Oliver Newman
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: After a record-breaking year, where next for leveraged finance

Chart Room: After a record-breaking year, where next for leveraged finance

Oliver Newman + 1 other | 11 January 2024

Morgan Lau
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: China’s booming panda bond market not so black and white

The panda bond market boomed in 2023. But the market still faces hurdles, including poor liquidity and competition from the offshore ‘dim sum’ bond market.

Morgan Lau + 1 other | 15 December 2023

Lei Zhu
Article 4 min read

Axing the ‘ex-Japan’: a new era for Japanese bonds

Tailwinds from index reform to rate-hike expectations are lifting Japan's bond market from the doldrums, breathing new life into what was a dull backwater.

Lei Zhu + 3 others | 5 December 2023

Max Stainton
Article 1 min read

Chart Room: A waiting game on rate transmission

The US continues to defy the gravity of rate hikes but a closer look at monetary policy transmission mechanisms suggests the effects are delayed, not denied.

Max Stainton + 1 other | 26 October 2023

Steve Ellis
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Catching the turn on bond yields

Chart Room: Catching the turn on bond yields, Fixed Income CIO Steve Ellis discusses the recent bond sell-off.

Steve Ellis + 1 other | 5 October 2023

Andrei Gorodilov
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Putting the high back into high yield

The era of ultra-low coupons in the European high yield bond market is coming to an end, but higher financing costs also means elevated risk for businesses

Andrei Gorodilov + 2 others | 21 July 2023

Stephen Whyman
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Is ‘higher for longer’ the new normal for funding costs?

Chart Room: Is ‘higher for longer’ the new normal for funding costs?

Stephen Whyman + 1 other | 11 May 2023

Max Stainton
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: What 80 years of data (and 11 recessions) say about today’s macro outlook

Historically, a tightening in financial conditions like the one that we have seen over the last year invariably led to a recession.

Max Stainton + 2 others | 20 April 2023

Nana Yang
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Utilities less useful as bond proxies

Rising interest rates in the US are testing the notion of utility stocks as bond proxies, as ties between their P/E ratios and corporate bond yields weaken.

Nana Yang + 1 other | 13 April 2023

Steve Ellis
Article 2 min read

The Fed can’t paint over the cracks for long

Fidelity International's Chief Investment Officer for fixed income on what the SVB collapse means for the Fed and monetary policy.

Steve Ellis + 1 other | 15 March 2023

Ben Traynor
Blog 3 min read

Chart Room: 2021’s long goodbye to transitory inflation

Five charts that show the inflationary impact of 2021’s reopening cycle

Ben Traynor | 16 December 2021

Anna Stupnytska
Article 3 min read

The inflation puzzle and how to tackle it

Will inflation return despite dis-inflationary forces?

Anna Stupnytska + 2 others | 8 October 2020

Anthony Doyle
Blog 1 min read

Chart room: Japanification and the rise of the widow maker trade

Chart room: Japanification and the rise of the widow maker trade

Anthony Doyle + 2 others | 9 April 2020

Sajiv Vaid
Blog 2 min read

Low bond yields are here to stay, even if fiscal stimulus returns

Even if fiscal stimulus makes a return, we think low bond yields will stay because of central bank action and late-cycle effects

Sajiv Vaid | 30 October 2019

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