The return of something to lose for pension asset allocators
Investor behaviour is both instinctive and learned. Low interest rates have taught investors to allocate to ever-riskier assets in the pursuit of returns. The cost of doing so, in the form of low or negative 'risk-free' rates, was minimal. But with rising interest rates, the risk-free rate now carries value - investor behaviour may be forced to change once again.
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