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Stephen Burrows, Pictet Asset Management
Economies driven by domestic demand and consumption are showing the most growth this year. These include the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand.
Categories: Emerging Market, Global Equities
August 1, 2012
Nicholas Leach, Patrick O’Toole, and Jeff Waldman, CIBC Global Asset Management
High-yield corporate bonds might be appealing in low-rate environments, but there’s high margin for error, say experts from CIBC Global Asset Management.
Nicholas Leach and Patrick O’Toole, CIBC Global Asset Management
George Dent, Walter Scott & Partners
Jeff Waldman and Patrick O’Toole, CIBC Global Asset Management
Investors should approach corporate bonds simply as lower-beta versions of stocks, says Jeff Waldman, first vice president of global fixed income at CIBC Global Asset Management.
Patrick O’Toole, vice-president of global fixed income at CIBC Global Asset Management, adds these securities are riskier than government bonds, since companies are subject to economic forces.