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Aug 2, 2021

Examining a Custom Approach to Factors

How does viewing companies through the prism of price-to-sales influence risk/return? Explore a systematic approach to indexing factors with a focus on valuations with Justin Lowry, President and Chief Investment Officer at Global Beta Advisors and S&P DJI’s Michael Mell.

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Jan 7, 2021

How and Why Are Market Participants Accessing REITs in the Current Climate?

Can REITs help unlock potential income opportunities in today’s markets? S&P DJI’s Priscilla Luk and Samsung Asset Management’s Alex Yang take a closer look at practical applications for REITs in the current environment.

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Dec 6, 2020

Where Are Yield Seekers Uncovering Potential Income Opportunities?

While ongoing market uncertainty has dampened property transactions in Asia and bond yields continue to lag, expanded access to REITs could provide a potential income source for yield seekers in Asia. Samsung Asset Management’s Alex Yang joins S&P DJI’s Priscilla Luk for a closer look at how indexing works for REITs in Asia.

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Jun 18, 2020

Not that wrong

Stock markets continue to rally globally, ascending a wall of poor economic data and significant negative sentiment.  Concern that current price levels are unjustifiable is widespread: 78% of respondents to the most recent Bank of America Global Fund Manager Survey believe that the market is overpriced, the highest level since the survey began in 1998. …

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Feb 8, 2018

Asian Fixed Income: China and the Global Bond Market

In a previous piece, we discussed that China’s lackluster performance had made it the worst-performing country in the Pan Asian bond market in 2017, and that it was the only country that closed the year in negative territory. The one-year total return of the S&P China Bond Index fell 0.29% last year (see Exhibit 1),…

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Aug 24, 2017

Don’t Confuse Income With Yield

Yield conventions differ for stocks and bonds, but the various calculation methods for both asset classes have an important characteristic in common—they are alternative expressions of price.  Measures of yield specifically relate current price to how much dividend or interest income holders of a particular security are likely to get.  Thinking of yield as income…

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Apr 27, 2017

Have We Seen the Bottom in Japanese Bond Yields?

While the idea of reflation is picking up steam in global markets, Japan’s core consumer price index rose 0.2% in February 2017, which remained far below the target of 2% set by the Bank of Japan (BoJ). The BoJ kept monetary policy steady in March 2017, continuing the diverging policy paths of central banks. In…

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Sep 29, 2016

How a Negative Interest Rate Affected the Japanese Bond Market

Since the Bank of Japan announced a negative interest rate policy earlier this year, both government and corporate bond yields have decreased (see Exhibit 1).  After hitting a record low yield of -0.23% on July 8, 2016, the S&P Japan Government Bond Index rebounded following a modest stimulus announcement later that month.  As of Sept….

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Jul 11, 2016

Asian Fixed Income: Sovereign Yields

The story of Asian fixed income remains compelling, and select Asian bond markets recorded strong growth and solid performance in 2016.  Most Asian currencies strengthened with the news of the Brexit, which may further improve sentiment among market participants.  Asian bond yields, though tightened, are still at an elevated level compared with their global peers….

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Dec 3, 2015

International Corporate Bond Exposure

Consistency and balance are often essential qualities for a strong portfolio. In the fixed income space, investors can look to the S&P International Corporate Bond Index to bolster the stability and diversity of their investments through exposure to investment grade corporate debt outside the United States. International corporate bonds are issued in a variety of…

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