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Weekly Macro Themes - 31 July 2020

Here's an overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report (one of the key reports of our institutional research service)

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This week we covered the following topics/ideas:

1. Global Policy Pulse: Expect continued monetary easing, but less so on a marginal/incremental basis.

2. DM Housing Market Valuations: One unintended consequence of the historic global monetary easing could be a further inflating of already expensive housing market valuations across developed economies.

3. Asset Class Valuations: Defensive assets continue to trade at historically high valuations, particularly relative to risk assets (calling into question their defensiveness, and tilting the odds over the longer term).

4. CMA Update: As dramatic as the uplift was back in March, equally dramatic has been the subsequent squeezing of expected returns; leaving investors with obvious if uncomfortable decisions.

5. EM Fixed Income: While credit risk pricing has normalized and sentiment has rebounded, EM sovereign appears to offer solid relative value vs their developed market peers.

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