August 18, 2021
The ongoing surge in US consumer prices remained at the top of investors’ minds in the second quarter of 2021, but persistent reassurances from the Federal Reserve meant that share prices kept rising to new highs, while bond markets once more benefitted from accommodative central-bank policies. The resulting co-movement of the two major asset classes led to reduced diversification opportunities, with the strengthening dollar and COVID-induced safe-haven flows providing only limited relief.
Join Christoph Schon in this webinar to hear how these changes in cross-asset interactions affected the risk of global multi-asset class portfolios.
Christoph Schon, CFA, CIPM
Senior Principal, Applied Research