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Ghislain Perisse
Article 3 min read

A new spark in a long-term relationship: insurers in the private markets

A new spark in a long-term relationship: insurers in the private markets

Ghislain Perisse + 1 other | 21 September 2022

Cyrille Javaux
Blog 2 min read

Chart Room: A tricky market for CLOs prompts innovation

Chart Room: A tricky market for CLOs prompts innovation

Cyrille Javaux + 1 other | 18 August 2022

Camille McLeod-Salmon
Article 3 min read

Private debt: from dinosaur to dynamic funding model

Private debt: from dinosaur to dynamic funding model

Camille McLeod-Salmon + 1 other | 18 July 2022

Nick Haaijman
Blog 2 min read

Private debt does some heavy lifting in Twitter buyout

Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is one of the most talked about leveraged buyouts of the decade, utilising both public and private debt markets.

Nick Haaijman + 1 other | 5 May 2022

Michael Curtis
Blog 2 min read

Direct lenders take a larger chunk of smaller loan deals

Direct lenders are funding a growing proportion of the European mid-market, with the smallest deals seeing the biggest rise.

Michael Curtis + 1 other | 31 March 2022

Catherine Yeung
Podcast 44 min listen

The Investor's Guide to China podcast: Debt

With debt continuing to be a very strong focus for investors, it’s important to differentiate between good debt and bad debt.

Catherine Yeung + 8 others | 21 March 2022

Fidelity International Global Macro & Asset Allocation Team
Blog 2 min read

Chart Room: Fingers in the punch bowl

Central bankers seeking to deploy rate hikes against inflation risk collateral damage as tighter policy threatens already swollen debt servicing costs.

Gita Bal
Article 4 min read

Fidelity Analyst Survey: Company debt may have peaked already

While most analysts expect debt levels at their companies to stay the same or fall next year, it is becoming a greater factor in management decision making.

Gita Bal + 3 others | 26 November 2020

Anne Richards
Article 3 min read

Public equity markets are flagging when we need them the most

Revived public equity markets will be needed to recapitalise additional debt burdens resulting from the Covid-19 crisis response.

Anne Richards | 3 June 2020

Natalie Westerbarkey
Blog 2 min read

EU recovery fund: A step forward, but time is running out

Germany and France have agreed to some form for debt mutualisation but the rest of the EU states will have to agree

Natalie Westerbarkey + 1 other | 20 May 2020

Anne Richards
Article 4 min read

“Just in case” and the case for conditionality

This crisis has shown us that contingency planning is as important as risk mitigation and supply chain optimisation.

Anne Richards | 7 May 2020

Tiago Parente
Blog 2 min read

Eurozone: Mutual seems to be the hardest word

If the current Covid-19 emergency isn’t enough to spur the European Union member states into combining forces on debt, then the question is when.

Tiago Parente | 15 April 2020

Andrew McCaffery
Blog 3 min read

Fidelity CIOs: A new paradigm

The Covid crisis is accelerating changes already underway.

Andrew McCaffery + 1 other | 1 April 2020

Romain Boscher
Article 3 min read

Decades of loose policy have left us in uncharted territory

Driven by loose monetary and fiscal policies, leverage is enormous and market dislocations numerous - anything could happen from here.

Romain Boscher | 24 July 2019

Paul Greer
Article 4 min read

Emerging market investors should make hay while the sun shines

Investors are returning to emerging markets after a traumatic 2018, led by a weaker dollar and China stimulus

Paul Greer | 19 February 2019

Romain Boscher
Article 3 min read

Equities Outlook 2019: US corporate earnings drive the stock market story

Fidelity International's outlook for equities in 2019 shows how US corporate earnings growth will slow to around 8 or 9 per cent.

Romain Boscher | 26 November 2018

Andrea Iannelli
Article 7 min read

Italy budget: The fight has only just begun

The bond market is taking a very negative view on Italy's budget, and we expect more volatility as negotiations with the European Commission continue.

Andrea Iannelli + 1 other | 24 October 2018

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