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Sovereign wealth funds increase appetite for longer term investments

Posted on 12 May 2015

Historically government fixed income has been an asset allocation staple of sovereign wealth funds (SWF). However, these unprecedented, low bond yields have pushed them to reassess their weightings and readjust their portfolios.Patrick Thomson, global head of Sovereigns, JP Morgan Asset Management, looks at the changing asset preferences of SWFs.
Central bank monetary policy across the globe is significantly impacting markets around the world. In the Eurozone alone, more than a quarter (26%) of European government bonds are trading on a negative yield, over half (54%) of Germany Bunds are trading on a negative yield – with some 23% yielding less than the -20 basis points threshold for European Central Bank (ECB) bond buying eligibility……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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