Rates are normalizing to pre-covid ranges as economies not need stimulus – it is a big change from central banks’ steerage at the end of last 12 months. We remain underweight bonds as we see long-term yields climbing further – even after capturing up within the first quarter. We consider buyers will start questioning bonds’ perceived security premium – and demand further compensation for holding them within the inflationary environment.
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The partial wavelet reveals that GEPU shocks distort the importance and directional comovements between the RFSI and GDP. Moreover, the result from the wavelet a number of cross correlations indicates that the RFSI is a primary mover at most time scales for the BRICS economies. This is adopted by GEPU which either leads or lags for many scales, especially for South Africa. The impact of GEPU on RFSI and GDP is worst for South Africa in about four circumstances in the medium-, and long-terms. This signifies that South Africa’s monetary markets and economic development are susceptible to GEPU.