The Reuters Guide to World Bond Markets
The Reuters Guide to World Bond Markets Martin Essex and Ruth Pitchford In recent years the conventional way of reporting on bond markets by examining what has already happened and why, has been recognised by many as inadequate for traders and investors. A more forward-looking approach is now required, providing information on what is likely to happen as well as what has already happened. The Reuters Guide to World Bond Markets provides an overview of the major government bond markets worldwide and looks ahead to how they may perform in 1997. Focusing on economic and political developments, as well as technical and other factors likely to impact on the markets, the authors discuss possible future trends in prices, interest rates and other topics. This book examines which bond markets are likely to out-perform or under-perform, and which areas of the yield curve may offer the best value to investors. The Reuters Guide to World Bond Markets is a definitive guide to world bond markets for capital market analysts, traders, brokers, fund managers, corporate treasurers, investment banks and securities houses worldwide.
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