Most investors use allocations to fixed income to create a balance to the more riskier assets in their portfolio. But investors are divided between the use of domestic and offshore bonds. So what trade-offs should NZ investors consider when determining the split?
With the spread between 10-year and 2-year Treasury yields down, an active debate is raging among economists about the efficacy of the yield curve a recession indicator in the current cycle. Paul discuses whether the U.S. Treasury yield curve always foretells a recession.
Emerging markets have received a lot of attention if late–both positive and not so positive. In this article we look past the current trends and market news that have impacted returns and revisit the case for a long-term exposure to emerging markets – specifically the drivers of growth
Some larger AUM managers can produce strong returs–but how? We put this question to our team of specialist manager research analysts and captured a number of insights
Russell Investments has developed a new way to measure a company's ESG (environmental, social and governance) scores. Our evidence suggests that the Russell Investments material ESG scores can potentially provide more insght than broader ESG scores.
The principle of spreading one's bets is as old as man. This article provides an insightful look into the history of diversification.
In this short Q&A, James Mitchell provides the latest insights from global bond markets and shares Russell Investments' current positioning in the face of changing market conditions.
Currency hedging generally provides investors with a pure exposure to returns (and risks) of investment markets. In practice, the difference in returns can be significant. We discuss the impact of imperfect currency hedging for global equities and what this means for investors.