Every portfolio at Evli is responsible

There is more and more talk about responsible investing but what does it actually mean in practice? And how can investors estimate the impact of their portfolios? Evli’s Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Analyst explain how responsibility is implemented in everyday terms.

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Crossover credit in sweet spot of search for yield

The “low for longer” rates story is itself getting longer and longer. Which asset class is poised to benefit most? While we expect High Yield will provide the greater returns over the next 3 years, we believe crossover credit is best positioned to benefit from the ECB in the near term.

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Endgame for the high yield rally?

We called the bottom in high yield and a strong rally followed. Is it time to lighten up, or stay invested?  

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Transparency and openness as the cornerstones of our responsible investment

For us, responsible investing means in practice that ESG factors have been integrated into portfolio management. This is why we want to tell you about our way of investing responsibly and the recently published annual report.

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Time to increase High Yield investments

Last year may have ended poorly for the bond market that witnessed a red wave during the November-December sell-offs. However, 2019 has begun on a calmer note and valuations look attractive for long-term investors.

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Highlights from the Evli funds hub 2018

2018 is coming to an end. With this annual review, we offer a smorgasbord of our top read stories.

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Lessons from the November bond market sell-off

November saw a sudden spree of sell-offs in the fixed income market. Here is a quick look at why it happened, how the market reacted to it and what we learnt from it.

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Investment outlook 2019

The key issues as we set our sights on 2019 are the progression of the global economic cycle, the inflation outlook, US and euro area monetary policies, globalization and world trade, political risks, the corporate performance outlook, valuation levels and the status of emerging countries.

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The Fed can't afford Christmas presents

The Federal Reserve has ceaselessly continued the tightening of its monetary policy which started in 2015. Last week the Fed hiked its target rate to 2.125 percent.
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Europe needs more Draghi

The euro area can cope in good times without a president like Draghi. But who else would be as potent and able to do whatever it takes, again, when the next crisis hits?  

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