The Coronavirus and Sage’s Fixed Income Exposure
The WHO has called the coronavirus crisis outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern.” This declaration has implications for the entire world economy, but certain sectors will be affected more than others. Transportation, Energy, and Basic Materials are most likely to be adversely impacted by a large decrease in demand for travel, fuel, and raw materials in the Asia-Pacific region. In light of this, we examined the exposure in our fixed income portfolios to a potential fallout from the spread of the virus.
The Coronavirus & Capital Markets: Implications & Positioning
How should investors think about the coronavirus and its potential effects on the capital markets? In this podcast, Sage CIO Bob Smith recounts a presentation. . . .
Fixed Income 2019 Review and 2020 Outlook
In this podcast, Sage’s Michael Walton, Dustin Finley, and Thomas Urano discuss what drove returns for 2019 and share our outlook for the first half. . . .
Sage Core Fixed Income: 2019 in Review
This one-page report provides returns for our Fixed Income Strategies in 2019, as well as outlines what contributed to and detracted to performance for the year.