Top-performing emerging market fund manager Gary Greenberg is banking on a “return to normality” in developing markets.
The UK equity market pumped out 9.5% more dividends in the first quarter than the previous year as sterling’s weakness continued to magnify the payouts.
A serious push into the US market is a key strategic target for the merged Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management group, according to Aberdeen’s global head of distribution.
Old Mutual Global Investors CEO Richard Buxton is less worried about politics in Europe, the US or the UK than he is about sterling being the UK's only safety valve post-monetary policy.
New research from Hermes Investment Management shows a correlation between companies with high ESG scores and low credit default swap spreads.
The FTSE 100 index suffered its worst fall since the aftermath of Brexit yesterday, after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap general election.
A year on from the merger of two 19th century institutions, Kleinwort Hambros is looking to the future for technological progress.
European investors are ramping up their exposure to the commodities sector in 2017 and increasingly turning to ETFs, said ETF provider Source.
Nomura Asset Management's Dickie Hodges isn’t calling an end for the risk rally just yet, despite the recent government bond rally after president Trump's policy blunders.
The International Energy Agency has forecast that global demand growth will weaken for a second consecutive year, as non-OPEC output continues to climb, putting the pressure on oil prices.
After several months of consultation and no doubt reams of persuasive submissions, the Investment Association relaxed its rules around the UK Equity Income sector last month.
There remain very few ETF providers capable of tracking bond markets in a quality way, according to State Street Global Advisors.
The UK retail sector's widening gap between food and non-food sales hints at future hardships as inflation weighs on consumers' disposable income.
There are hidden, small-cap gems worth digging for in Europe, Japan and even the UK, according to Investment Quorum CIO Peter Lowman.
While China and India are not the only countries in Asia changing their economic make-up, they are without doubt the largest - but is their influence on the rest of the region disproportionately large?
While Q1 2017 was “generally positive for most asset classes,” Brooks Macdonald warned a full recovery in UK business investment is unlikely.
Smith & Williamson's Tineke Frikkee believes the extreme rotation in equity markets post-Trump that has favoured aggressive value stocks is showing signs of petering out.
WisdomTree research analyst Nick Leung predicts that oil prices will be stuck around $50 per barrel for the next five years, leaving investors to take advantage of low prices and hedge against volatility.
The S&P Indices versus active funds (SPIVA) Scorecard revealed that the amount of actively managed UK equity funds that failed to beat the benchmark quadrupled from 22.2% to 87.22% between 2015 and 2016.
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