Mark Carney’s hint that UK interest rates could rise sooner rather than later sparked a surge in the price of sterling on Wednesday afternoon.
ECB president Mario Draghi delivered an upbeat message on the eurozone recovery on Tuesday as BoE governor Mark Carney addressed concerns over the level of household debt.
The Bank of England is the real reason behind the UK’s rising inequality and soaring asset prices but has been “skulking away invisibly” in the background, according to Tim Price of Price Value Partners.
Los Angeles has pipped London as the top global city in terms of its attractiveness as an investment hub.
One year on from the shock of the Brexit referendum and the UK's decision to leave the EU, we delve into the data to find out exactly how the result has hit investments.
Aberdeen Asset Management has warned that investors face lower returns over the next 10 years if they do not start to embrace alternative asset classes.
While the FANG stocks have stolen the limelight over the past decade, Portfolio Adviser looks at the new group of tech stocks in town threatening to steal their crown.
Three-quarters of UK investors would refuse to pay for financial advice, a survey by Legg Mason Asset Management has revealed.
Asset managers believe MSCI’s inclusion of China A-shares in its emerging markets indices will increase investment options in the developing economy, but say the decision was long overdue.
As oil prices slumped to yet another low on Tuesday, Ashburton's Richard Robinson argued now is the time to take advantage of the “significant opportunity” before prices soar by the end of this year.
Sterling fell on Tuesday morning in reaction to Mark Carney's claim that “now is not yet the time” to hike interest rates in the UK.
The pound bounced back from its post-election lows after it emerged this afternoon the central bank’s monetary policy committee were not unanimous on discounting a rate rise.
Deteriorating conditions in the US economy have cast doubts over the likelihood of a second rate hike from the Federal Reserve this year.
After investors saw a sell off in tech stocks across the pond last week, Portfolio Adviser looks back at the rise of the sector's most famous stocks.
A recent nosedive in the prices of technology stocks does not spell the end for the sector, fund managers have said.
Last week’s general election result will have plenty of consequences for investors despite fund managers’ claims it has not affected their allocation, Polar Capital’s George Godber has said.
Worldwide profits for traditional mutual fund groups fell by close to 3% in 2016, despite higher assets under management, according to a report by McKinsey.
Wealth managers have dismissed the suggestion that the “little local issue” of Thursday’s UK general election will lead to any sweeping portfolio changes in the aftermath of the results.
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