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Candriam Investors Group (“Candriam”) is a leading pan-European multi-specialist asset manager with a 20-year track record and a team of 470 experienced professionals. Managing about €90.7 bln AUM at the end of June 2015, Candriam has established management centres in Brussels, Paris and Luxembourg and has experienced client relationship managers covering Continental Europe, the UK, the Middle East and Australia. Its investment solutions cover five key areas: fixed income, equities, alternatives, sustainable investments and advanced asset allocation. Through conviction-driven investment solutions, Candriam has earned a reputation for delivering innovation and strong performance to a long-standing, diversified client base in over 20 countries.
Candriam Investors Group is a New York Life Company. New York Life Investments ranks among the world's largest asset managers.
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Candriam presents its outlook for the second half of 2015
The global macro forecast
Six years after the onset of the economic and financial crisis, the world's major economies are in very different situations…
Asset Allocation outlook
Buy equities, avoid vulnerable bond markets
Euro zone equities remain our favourite asset class for the coming months, even after the strong performance in the first half of the year. In the meantime, bond markets have become more volatile, in anticipation of the first US rate hike. Only high-yield and emerging debt still offer attractive returns.
Our experts’ share their views on the markets
- US shale oil has significantly modified the dynamics of the global market
- New volatility regime brings investment opportunities
- Why low-volatility high-quality stocks should thrive in the current market
- CTA: is the trend still your friend?
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Communication to the stakeholders
In the context of the change of our SICAV/FCP, please find hereafter the related communications to British, German, Italian, Spanish, Finnish, Portuguese, Irish, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish participants.
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