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OPUS 3.5

Bonds Low Asia ESG 1.5 1.4 1.4

OPUS 3.5

Bonds Low Asia ESG 1.5 1.4 1.4

OPUS 3.5

Bonds Low Asia ESG 1.5 1.4 1.4

OPUS 3.5

Bonds Low Asia ESG 1.5 1.4 1.4
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A New Realism taking Hold

Japan led the first-quarter gains in the global equity markets with an 11% return in USD terms. The US was just slightly behind with a 10.3% gain, as surprisingly robust domestic growth aided sentiments. Bonds lagged with near-zero returns and only high yield bonds and emerging market debt were able to eke out decent returns (150 bps) for the quarter.

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Is This Asia’s Quarter?

Japan led the first-quarter gains in the global equity markets with an 11% return in USD terms. The US was just slightly behind with a 10.3% gain, as surprisingly robust domestic growth aided sentiments. Bonds lagged with near-zero returns and only high yield bonds and emerging market debt were able to eke out decent returns (150 bps) for the quarter.

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Global CIO

A Split View

The surprise from the Fed meeting statement, at least on the surface, was that they were sticking to their view that inflation was under control and that they intended to cut interest rates two or three times through the year. However, it became apparent with the publication of the dot plot that those views lacked a broader consensus, with the FOMC’s projections split between dovish and hawkish outlooks. The nine ‘hawks’ believe there may be scope for only modest interest rate cuts in 2024.

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Global CIO

The Fed under Pressure

It Equity markets drifted lower on Friday, but not before scaling new highs earlier in the week. The S&P500 hit an all-time high on Thursday before the markets put in a mixed performance on Friday after a slightly confusing US jobs report.

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Global CIO

US Equities: Pushing the Envelope too far?

It Equity markets drifted lower on Friday, but not before scaling new highs earlier in the week. The S&P500 hit an all-time high on Thursday before the markets put in a mixed performance on Friday after a slightly confusing US jobs report.

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