Upcoming wealth transfer of £2.8trn from the older to younger generation will boost the UK economy by £677bn a year, according to research.
European markets have signalled their approval for an eleventh-hour EU and IMF deal to provide Greece with another giant loan.
Business confidence in the UK suffered a sharp downturn in the wake of the hung parliament result in last week’s general election, according to the influential Institute of Directors (IoD).
Investment managers have played down Donald Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement, saying the effect on companies will be minimal.
Funds investing mainly in equities saw a buying spree in April as investors ploughed in £2bn into the products, according to the latest industry sales figures.
Seven Investment Management (7IM) is calling on the government to make financial education on pensions a top priority.
Oil prices could rise in the months ahead and the price fall seen in the wake of OPEC's Vienna meeting may be a buying opportunity, experts have said.
Sterling has suffered its biggest fall since April after a poll suggested the Conservative party’s lead in the UK general election had diminished.
Recently privatised Royal Mail is in the danger zone for potentially being relegated out of the FTSE 100 index of the UK’s top shares, according to experts.
Jupiter’s respected Merlin team of multi-managers has sounded a warning on exchange-traded fund (ETF) liquidity, as part of a downbeat series of predictions for global markets.
Markets could turn volatile this summer as one of the biggest multi-asset investing teams in the City warned its forecasting models were indicating possible trouble ahead.
The hype around passive products has never been more intense, but Brooks Macdonald Asset Management's Jon Gumpel warns that there could be danger ahead for passive investors.
Benchmark indices designed to show levels of ‘fear’ on the markets have continued their deep descent, with US measures reaching 24-year lows.
Many personal investors are changing their investment approaches because of the Government’s decision to call a general election in June, according to The Share Centre.
Axa Investment Managers’ UK equity veteran Nigel Thomas has tipped infrastructure shares for success, pointing to a trend towards plant hire in the US.
Cash funds saw a surge in sales in March as investors fretted about the triggering of Article 50, according to data from one of the UK’s biggest distributors.
Prospects for the UK may be less than clear before Brexit negotiations begin, but what can be agreed is that opinion is divided when it comes to UK assets.
Rob Jeffree, CIO at C.Hoare & Co talked to Portfolio Adviser ahead of the 2017 PA Wealth Manager Awards.