Brexit negotiations are officially underway. But what’s the final Brexit going to be – hard, soft, wobbly, red white and blue? Or will the UK economy simply plunge off the cliff edge? Investors weigh in.
The UK general election 2017 has resulted in a hung parliament, with no single party managing to claim at least half of the House of Commons’ seats.
Five managers give Portfolio Adviser the low-down on their current cash levels and what assets, if anything, they intend to splurge on.
The new Mifid II regulation casts a wide net in terms of the investment companies and professionals it impacts. FE unpacks the biggest changes and what they mean for managers and advisers.
For those investors who are committed to the old adage, Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management’s Patrick Thomas lists his choice for (top) bottom funds to jettison before the summer holiday.
Trump’s first 100 days in office have been jam packed with outrageous tweets, ‘alternative facts,’ a failed healthcare bill and foreign policy blunders. But, what were the best and worst performing US sectors during Trump's first 100 days?
The results are in - here are the 10 strongest-performing IA sectors on a total return basis, according to data from FE Analytics.
Evenlode Income manager Hugh Yarrow has identified companies from five non-traditional tech sectors that are making the digital analytics trend work for them and giving them a competitive edge.
With the prime minster set to outline more details on Britain’s ‘hard’ Brexit, and a possible departure from the EU single market, it’s time to take a step back and look at the dates that got us to this position in the first place.
In this challenging and uncertain environment for fixed income investors, Fraser Lundie, co-head of credit at Hermes Investment Management, lays out six options for adapting bond portfolios to meet the challenges markets are presenting.
As the old strategy of “sell in May” has proved a failure thus far in 2016, Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell, looks at five indicators investors can use to judge whether there are further gains to be made or whether markets are entering bubble territory.
Is London's spot as the number one financial hub threatened and which financial centres will benefit the most from the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union? PA gathered views from the Mayor of London and three industry figures.
Over two and a half days, 40 of the UK's top wealth managers and fund buyers met and debated with leading fund groups, discussing everything from emerging markets to Brexit and beyond.
Based on recent Federal Reserve comments and movements in global equities markets, Fidelity Solutions outlines its latest asset allocation shifts.
Mirae has identified four multi-year themes from the striking rise of the aspirational consumer across Asia that will drive growth in emerging markets.
Following the turbulence of the first quarter, Eoin Murray, head of the Hermes Investment Office, believes that markets continue to be at risk of price spikes and falls, with volatility and liquidity risk being particularly concerning.
As the world wakes up to the new reality of extremely slow growth, there seems little doubt the returns investors became accustomed to during the ‘Great Moderation’ are a thing of the past.
Architas outlines four mechanisms that can be used to provide some protection against inflation.
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