The pound has already fallen to a 30-year low but may slide significantly lower, according to UBS Wealth Management.
Risk assets remain attractive as central banks shift policy and investor sentiment based on market fundamentals starts to return, said Neill Nuttall, co-chief investment officer of the global portfolio solutions group at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Investors in the United Kingdom are less enthusiastic about US equities under the shadow of the presidential election, according to the latest figures from the Lloyds Bank Investor Sentiment Index.
The once “unthinkable” prolonged period of low and negative interest rates may have even further to travel, according to the chief economic adviser to insurance giant Allianz.
United Kingdom investors must prepare for much higher inflation next year as the pound’s sharp decline impacts the cost for consumers of everything from well-known household brands to petrol prices, according to Kames Capital’s James Lynch.
Thomson Reuters Lipper's September snapshot of the European fund industry looked rosier than it has done in recent months with inflows across all European asset classes, save for equities.
Pimco has warned the European Central Bank (ECB) it could fall into a monetary policy “limbo” situation – unable to exit because it wishes to keep government bond yields sustainable, yet unable to continue in case it oversteps its mandate.
Head of fixed income at Covestone Asset Management, Patrizia Libotte discusses the need to reconsider the client conversation and why she likes emerging markets.
Against a US political backdrop that is “poisonous and unpredictable”, Psigma Investment Management is less optimistic over the US economy versus its peers, according to its quarterly asset class outlook report.
Former MPC member and labour economist David ‘Danny’ Blanchflower says central banks have a credibility problem.
China has reported annualised gross domestic product growth of 6.7% for the third quarter, in line with market expectations and the government’s own forecasts.
Barings' multi-asset team is struggling to assess the fair value of sterling with Theresa May’s ‘hard’ or ‘closed’ Brexit talks pushing down the currency.
In this week's edition of the podcast, labour economist and former Bank of England MPC member, David "Danny" Blanchflower discusses why we appear to be in a period of 'stuckflation' and what can be done to get the global economy out of it.
Investors have been pouring into income-generating products, but two big portfolio risks are coming from the US, said Edmund Yun, head of investment solutions at CIC Banque Privee in Hong Kong.
The UK government needs to step up fiscal spending, not only to help stabilise sterling but also help improve its debt profile, Trevor Greetham said on Wednesday.
West Sussex played host once again to PA Autumn Congress 2016, where wealth managers and fund managers came together over a day and a half to discuss and debate the key issues facing the UK wealth market
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