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  • 14 May 2015
    Recent yield rises don’t necessarily signal the end of bond market rally The recent global bond market sell-off doesn’t necessarily signal the end of the bond rally. With many markets having rallied from major support levels when they were in highly oversold positions, we believe that bond markets should stabilise or rally from current levels.
  • 13 May 2015
    Budget unlikely to affect RBA or have much impact on Australian bond market Joe Hockey’s second budget was a marked contrast to his first. There were very few new policy initiatives and the prediction of a surplus has been pushed back to (at the earliest) 2021. Nikko AM’s Global Rates & Currencies Strategist, Roger Bridges explores what this means for the Reserve Bank, Australia’s AAA rating and the bond and RMBS markets.
  • 11 May 2015
    What’s behind the violent bond market sell-off? Global bond markets have suffered a swift and brutal sell-off, with the longer maturities hardest hit as the bond rally of 2014 and early 2015 has started to unravel. What’s behind this violent sell-off and will it continue?
    • Read more news
Latest news
  • 14 May 2015
    Recent yield rises don’t necessarily signal the end of bond market rally The recent global bond market sell-off doesn’t necessarily signal the end of the bond rally. With many markets having rallied from major support levels when they were in highly oversold positions, we believe that bond markets should stabilise or rally from current levels.
  • 13 May 2015
    Budget unlikely to affect RBA or have much impact on Australian bond market Joe Hockey’s second budget was a marked contrast to his first. There were very few new policy initiatives and the prediction of a surplus has been pushed back to (at the earliest) 2021. Nikko AM’s Global Rates & Currencies Strategist, Roger Bridges explores what this means for the Reserve Bank, Australia’s AAA rating and the bond and RMBS markets.
  • 11 May 2015
    What’s behind the violent bond market sell-off? Global bond markets have suffered a swift and brutal sell-off, with the longer maturities hardest hit as the bond rally of 2014 and early 2015 has started to unravel. What’s behind this violent sell-off and will it continue?
    • Read more news
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