Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO)
9 Dec 2016
SINGAPORE, Nov 18 Asian bond investors must brace for more volatility at least through the first quarter of 2017 when they are likely get more clarity on whether U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's policies will reflect his anti-globalisation campaign rhetoric, according to State Street Global Advisors.
* Sees extra 2 Fed hikes in next 12-18 mths vs what market expects
NEW YORK, Nov 16 Protege Partners is planning to provide funding to new hedge funds next year at a time many investors are pulling away from the industry and new managers are eager for cash to start their businesses.
NEW YORK, Nov 16 Kathleen Gaffney, co-director of investment-grade fixed income at $343 billion investment firm Eaton Vance, said on Wednesday that she was looking to buy high-yield bonds in the cyclical sector after a potential selloff and that she was bullish on high-yield energy names on the view that oil prices would stay within a range of $45 to $60 a barrel.
* For other news from Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit:
HONG KONG, Nov 16 The direction of the dollar, which has surged since the U.S. presidential election, will determine the outlook for Asian equities in the near to medium term, the head of emerging at JPMorgan Asset Management said.
NEW YORK, Nov 15 Financial and healthcare stocks have room to climb significantly, U.S. hedge fund manager Jason Karp said on Tuesday, as he banked on Donald Trump's presidency to lay the groundwork for a favorable stock-picking environment.
NEW YORK, Nov 15 U.S. municipal debt investors putting fresh capital to work should look to short duration bonds while President-elect Donald Trump's new administration works out new tax and fiscal policies, UBS Wealth Management said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK, Nov 15 Gregory Peters, senior investment officer at Prudential Fixed Income, on Tuesday said the steep selloff in U.S. bonds following last week's surprise election of Donald Trump to the White House and the Republican sweep of Congress was overdone.
NEW YORK, Nov 15 Michael Vranos, chief executive officer of $6 billion fixed income investor Ellington Management Group, says it is much better to invest in loans taken out by individuals than by companies.
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