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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 467 experienced professionals. Managing about €80 bln AUM at the end of December 2014, 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.
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Candriam presents its 2015 outlook
The global macro forecast
Could the "currency peace" be in jeopardy?
While global growth has struggled to return to a solid pace in 2014, two new factors may have a critical impact on economic conditions in 2015. The recent drop in oil prices is clearly a stimulus for global growth, especially in developed countries. Meanwhile, the increasingly aggressive approach to monetary policy in Japan and the euro zone has a more ambiguous role to play: the ECB and BoJ’s announcement of additional stimulus measures has weighed on the price of their currency, all the more so since the Fed has put an end to its asset-buying programme. Of course, the Fed's tolerance of an appreciation of the dollar is not without its limits....
Asset Allocation outlook
The equity bull market is not over yet!
Equities are our main conviction for 2015 and should definitely outperform bonds. European equities should close the gap with the US and outperform.
Our experts’ share their views on the markets
- Will the Fed dare to diverge?
Disparity in monetary policy creates risks.
- Reassessing Emerging Markets Risks.
Currency decline may be misplaced.
- On Track.
The “through train” opens up China.
- High Yield Markets
Bond picking is the new name of the game.
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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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