Investors’ rotation from US equities into eurozone stocks in April was the fifth largest such shift since 1999, according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey.
Coram Asset Management plans to shift away from actively managed strategies in favour of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) believing them to offer the most “bang for their buck”.
The March eurozone inflation figure decelerated to its lowest rate in three months as the euro lost further ground against the pound on Wednesday (19 April).
Physical gold sales soared on Tuesday after prime minister Theresa May called a snap general election, according to The Pure Gold Company.
Confusing innovative technology with disruptive products when investing is a “sure-fire” way to destroy wealth, investment manager Rathbones has warned.
The long-term outlook for investors brightened today following Theresa May’s surprise call to hold a general election on 8 June this year.
Weaker sterling has helped reduce the UK account deficit beyond expectations, but Société Générale’s chief UK economist Brian Hilliard suspects sour Brexit negotiations will prevent it from falling too far.
Non-existent wage growth and rising inflation could put the Bank of England off any rate hikes in 2017 as the economy tightens.
Active managers could finally shine versus their passive rivals if equity correlations start to diverge, according to JP Morgan Asset Management.
Miton’s David Jane is seeing the US automotive sector as the next big potential headwind for the economy.
The US Federal Reserve is still on track to hike rates in June, despite Friday’s data showing a slowdown in job growth throughout March.
A future economic downturn will be spotted much earlier thanks to new measures brought in to improve forecasts, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has claimed.
Fewer than half of all UK equity funds manage to survive longer than 10 years, according to the latest research from ratings agency S&P.
A surge in M&A within the alternative credit space over the next few years makes it an attractive proposition for investors according to Coram Asset Management's James Sullivan.
After hitting a 14-year low in January 2016, commodity prices have staged a revival as producers scale back supply, slowly bringing the market back into balance. But is this sustainable?
Optimism among top UK business leaders is at an 18-month high, according to a survey of chief financial officers which also found a shift back towards growth and capital investment.
The commercial property sector is facing a devastating structural headwind that will only come to the fore over the next decade, according to Architas’ Nathan Sweeney.
The IA’s Volatility Managed sector will host a wide swathe of products, including SLI's MyFolio range, Henderson Global Investors' core income products and Invesco Perpetual's Balanced Risk portfolios.
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