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Through a series of live digital briefings, in-depth articles and regularly updated commentary, our expert panel will be at your side to guide you.
Each episode features a themed discussion and detailed analysis relevant to professional investors navigating the financial markets.
See you in the new year. We will publish our schedule of events in January
Vanguard economic and market outlook 2021 - 10 DecemberView playback
Emerging market debt: a new core in global bond portfolios? - 24 NovemberView playback
Evaluating ESG ratings and methodologies - 27 OctoberView playback
Global bonds: changing risk and reward after the Covid-19 shock - 22 SeptemberView playback
A fresh look at emerging market debt - 28 JulyView playback
Vanguard-FTSE Quarterly Investment Outlook - 14 JulyView playback
The credit universe after the crisis - 30 JuneView playback
Sources of ESG return - 16 JuneView playback
Government bonds in and beyond the crisis - 19 MayView playback
Corporate bonds: risk and opportunity - 5 MayView playback
The outlook for dividends - 28 AprilView playback
High-grade bonds: risks and rewards - 14 AprilView playback
Coronavirus – an economic and market impact assessment - 7 AprilView playback
Finding safety in a crisis - 31 MarchView playback
Liquidity in fixed income ETFs - 24 MarchView playback
Delve deeper with more thoughts from our Vanguard experts. Below you will find some of our latest articles. Or you can go to the research and commentary section for more
- • How Vanguard advocates on behalf of investors
- • Fixed income myths, part 3: "Indexing and ETFs create liquidity issues in bond markets"
- • Fixed income myths, part 2: "Bond indexing is simple"
- • Fixed income myths, part 1: "Indexing doesn't work for fixed income exposures"
- • Vanguard economic and market update
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