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View from the Floor: Geopolitical Risk: Big, bad and here to stay

- 26 SEP 2016

In the latest View from the Floor podcast, Nick Samouilhan, Peter Fitzgerald, Trevor Leydon and Stewart Robertson discuss the impact of geopolitical risk on global financial markets.


Brexit and the bond markets

Chris Higham - 05 AUG 2016

As the dust settles on the EU referendum, Chris Higham and James Vokins consider the short-term and more lasting implications of the UK's vote to leave on the bond markets.


Will the Bank of England's 'Super Thursday' stimulus lift the Brexit gloom?

Stewart Robertson - 05 AUG 2016

As the Bank of England announces an historic interest-rate cut and a new quantitative easing programme, Stewart Robertson discusses the potential impact on the UK economy.


Emerging market debt in the spotlight as hunt for yield intensifies.

Aaron Grehan - 02 AUG 2016

With core bond yields heading even lower, many investors are turning to both hard and local currency emerging market debt in their search for yields, says Aaron Grehan.


Are central banks out of ammunition?

- 14 JUL 2016

The ‘Brexit’ vote has left the spotlight on the Bank of England (BoE), and follows signs the market’s confidence in global central banks has started to wane. But can a global central bank ever run out of ammunition?


Brexit: New age of uncertainty to support sovereign bonds?

- 11 JUL 2016

With political risk showing no sign of abating in the wake of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, gilt yields could move even lower in the coming months, argues Charlie Diebel.


After the referendum

- 05 JUL 2016

After the historic referendum vote to leave the EU, Stewart Robertson and Michael Grady discuss the implications.