Investors have been told to prepare for slower economic growth in the second half of the year, although a global recession should be avoided.
Most UK investors fear Theresa May’s divided government could squander the growth opportunities for small businesses, a survey has found.
At a time when retail investors are piling into fixed income, City Financial’s head of multi asset Mark Harris has warned the bond bull market is essentially over.
Political point scoring and a mishandled Brexit threaten to derail the UK’s upper hand as a globally competitive country, a status it has maintained despite heightened political uncertainty.
Axa’s Nigel Thomas has admitted that 2016 was one of the worst years of his career in terms of his funds’ relative performance.
MSCI has finally included China A-shares in its emerging market indices, but the decision seems long overdue.
Momentum Global IM’s head of portfolio management James Klempster is cutting risk and picking up government bonds in his portfolios.
Hermes Investment Management CIO Eoin Murray believes investors are underestimating markets’ fragility at a time when political uncertainty runs high.
In a sea of naysayers on the UK economy, heavyweight investors Neil Woodford and Richard Buxton argue the domestic outlook is looking up.
A Labour victory in this week's general election will not trigger a dramatic sell-off of the pound, according to UBS Wealth Management.
Europe equity managers have urged investors to look beyond the current political cycle, and take a more long-term approach when putting more money to work on the continent.
Rowan Dartington technical investment director Guy Stephens said the US, UK and eurozone tick two of the three boxes that point to a stagflationary resurgence.
A new poll from Aegon UK highlights that a significant portion of advisers are riding on UK equities to provide the best return for clients ahead of the snap election.
The idea a ‘Trump bump' has made markets rally is illusory and prices are really being moved by company fundamentals, according to a highly-regarded investment strategist.
New data from Asset Risk Consultants shows that choice of reference currency, not investment risk, has had a greater impact on a portfolio’s global purchasing power.
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.
The UK retail sector's widening gap between food and non-food sales hints at future hardships as inflation weighs on consumers' disposable income.
While Q1 2017 was “generally positive for most asset classes,” Brooks Macdonald warned a full recovery in UK business investment is unlikely.
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