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Though treasury yields have been rising recently, they remain low by historical standards. In Europe, the proportion of government bonds with a yield of less than one percent is 85%. AI-based strategies may qualify as a suitable alternative offering low correlation to equities and positive returns, explains Frankfurt-based fund manager Tungsten Capital.

Frankfurt/Germany, March 30, 2021 – Government bonds remain a great cause of concern in many institutional portfolios: Eight out of ten investors find that there are hardly any returns to be had from them. Every second investor thinks that government bonds have currently lost their function as a counterbalance to stocks and as a safe haven, according to a survey by investment company Tungsten Capital.

What to do? Many investors are assessing real assets such as real estate and precious metals, primarily gold. Others are increasing the proportion of equity in…

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