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4 March 2021

February Market Update

Kapstream looks back on what happened in fixed income markets in February.

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11 February 2021

Reflation: Can Policymakers Engineer Just the Right Amount of Inflation?

Ardea discuss the risks of unexpectedly higher inflation which would disrupt the ‘lower for longer’ interest rates theme that has turbocharged asset prices everywhere.

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10 December 2020

Global Bonds in 2021: Better But Still Bumpy

Kapstream Portfolio Manager Nick Maroutsos explains why bond investors should be cautiously optimistic as we enter 2021.

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26 August 2020

Will Japanification Eliminate Relative Value Trading Opportunities in Rates Markets?

Record low rates are leading some market participants to question whether all bond markets are experiencing “Japanification”. Will this backdrop spell the end to relative value trading opportunities? Ardea discuss their thoughts.

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14 August 2020

Tubthumping (I Get Knocked Down)

Kapstream explore the road forward and lessons learned following the March crisis with the help of ‘20/20 hindsight’ and the careful evaluation of the things more obvious now that were perhaps not so obvious then.

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5 June 2020

Give the Fed Credit!

What’s driving credit markets at the moment? Where are the opportunities? Is the COVID-19 crisis the same as the GFC? Kapstream answers these questions and more in their latest update.

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COVID-19
3 April 2020

XARO COVID-19 Response

The latest update from Ardea Investment Management on the ActiveX Ardea Real Outcome Bond Fund (Managed Fund), including what they’re seeing in markets and how they are positioned.

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1 April 2020

Fiscal is the new black ( …until the bond vigilantes return )

Ardea’s Gopi Karunakaran discusses whether government bonds are still the ‘safe haven’ they are often assumed to be.

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11 March 2020

Unconventional Monetary Policy in Australia: Not If, But When

Kapstream’s Dan Siluk explains why the Reserve Bank of Australia may soon have to resort to unconventional monetary policy as the country combats slowing growth in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus, which comes on the heels of 2019’s trade war.

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