Fixed Income has always been considered as the safe part of the portfolios. We challenge this assumption somewhat due to the current level of interest rates, the latest developments in central banks’ monetary policies and macro economic developments, such as growth, inflation and credit.
Prime Minister Theresa May threatens to walk out of talks without a deal.
The rating for Emmanuel Macron, elected in early May, fell 10 percentage points to 54 percent this month, the second-biggest decline for a French president so soon after election.
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