4 min read 21 Nov 22
For Investment Professionals only.
As we approach the end of a challenging year for investors, the dominant themes remain that of accelerating inflation, matched with rising interest rates to try and mitigate this threat. Meanwhile, international events – essentially Russia’s war on Ukraine – have reinforced the malaise of investors in 2022. Overall, the appetite for some exposure to a basket of high-quality (‘investment grade’) global corporate bonds, diversified across regions, possibly currencies and industry types, is low amongst bond investors. But against the clear headwind of a global economic slowdown, we believe there are solid reasons to consider investing in global investment grade corporate bonds in 2023.
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