Asset allocation

Podcast: Why ‘Goldilocks’ is in danger
Markets and economics

Podcast: Why ‘Goldilocks’ is in danger

Our CIO, Head of Asset Allocation and Head of Economics discuss the market outlook, with a focus ...

By LGIMAsset Allocation

12 Apr 2024

1 min read

Positioned for the future? Emerging market bond weightings in global portfolios
Erik Lueth
Investment strategy

Positioned for the future? Emerging market bond weightings in global portfolios

With emerging market bond weightings set to grow in portfolios, we look at the implications for...
By Erik Lueth
08 Apr 2024
3 min read
Correlation stations – the search for diversification
Ryan Boothroyd
Investment strategy

Correlation stations – the search for diversification

Against a backdrop of historically top-heavy global equity markets, where might investors look fo...
By Ryan Boothroyd
04 Apr 2024
2 min read
Artificial intelligence: the worker’s assistant or adversary?
Matthew Rodger
ESG and long-term themes

Artificial intelligence: the worker’s assistant or adversary?

AI raises the prospect of both large productivity gains and a painful re-allocation of labour.
By Matthew Rodger
02 Apr 2024
4 min read
BoE gets closer to cutting rates
Markets and economics

BoE gets closer to cutting rates

A surprisingly dovish vote suggests the Bank of England will begin its interest-rate descent soon...

By James Carrick

25 Mar 2024

3 min read

The American dream
Tim Drayson
Economics

The American dream

We believe the unanticipated surge in US immigration is helping to increase the chances of an...
By Tim Drayson
20 Mar 2024
4 min read
Artificial intelligence: building bits into brains
Matthew Rodger
ESG and long-term themes

Artificial intelligence: building bits into brains

Recent AI advances are remarkable, but can progress be sustained?
By Matthew Rodger
19 Mar 2024
4 min read
What does the Bank of England have in common with Roman priests?
Christopher Jeffery
Economics

What does the Bank of England have in common with Roman priests?

Forecasting future inflation is exceptionally difficult, but the process can still be useful to t...
By Christopher Jeffery
13 Mar 2024
4 min read