The Marketsforu in partnership with Roche Futures Stockbrokers Fixed Income desk was established in 2012, drawing together a widely experienced team with a primary focus on Euro-zone Sovereigns and Financials.

We deal with prominent institutional investors right across Europe, Asia, Middle East and North America, with a client roster of domestic and international asset managers, hedge funds, private banks and family offices.

The rich diversity of backgrounds within our team leverages skills in buy-side, sell-side, debt capital markets and market making in global financial institutions. These strengths have positioned our Fixed Income business as a highly respected expert in European debt markets.

Impartiality is central to our philosophy. Roche Futures Fixed Income is not conflicted by taking any proprietary positions; instead we offer only independent advice, research and execution.

Wall Street relief on upbeat Chinese data

Wall Street’s main markets were eyeing a return to all-time highs yesterday after a raft of Chinese data beat expectations, easing concerns about the health of its economy. Although Europe struggled to join in, MSCI’s 47-country world index was at a six-month high, benchmark bond yields shuffled up and the Australia […]

Germany sparks eurozone gloom with downgrade

Germany, the eurozone’s biggest economy, has downgraded its economic growth forecasts for the second time in three months, fuelling concerns over the overall state of the bloc’s economic health. The German powerhouse, which accounts for a third of the eurozone’s economy, now forecasts growth of just 0.5pc for this year, half […] Q1 Revenues Up 19%; To Pay Special Dividend In May Group PLC (MONY.L) on Thursday reported first-quarter revenues of 104.9 million pounds, an increase of 19 percent from 88.3 million pounds in the prior-year quarter. Revenue growth was 12 percent, excluding Decision Technologies. The company noted that motor insurance benefited from improved conversion, but was partially offset by subdued trading […]

European Shares Seen Opening Lower Ahead Of Key Data

European stocks may open lower on Thursday, tracking weak cues from Wall Street and Asia as investors await the release of Purchasing Managers Indexes (PMIs) for the manufacturing and service sectors in Europe later in the day for directional cues. Trading volumes are likely to remain thin ahead of the Good […]

Germany Producer Price Inflation At 11-Month Low

Germany’s producer price inflation slowed to the lowest pace in eleven months in March, figures from Destatis showed on Thursday. The producer price index rose 2.4 percent year-on-year in March, slower than 2.6 percent increase in February and January. Economists had expected the inflation to rise 2.7 percent. The latest inflation […]

Tech news you need to know this Thursday.

Facebook said that it has “unintentionally uploaded” the email contacts of 1.5 million new Facebook users since May 2016. The Silicon Valley company said the contact data was “unintentionally uploaded to Facebook,” and it is now deleting them.    Four reviewers of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone have said that the […]