A broad and volatile sell-off across equity and bond markets has left many investors in 60/40 portfolios wondering where to allocate. In this video, Maya Bhandari, global head of multi assets, discusses her highest conviction views with Daniel Morris, chief market strategist, highlighting European investment-grade corporate bonds as an appealing option.
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