India’s Nifty 50 index has been steadily climbing this year, hitting an all-time high of 9,675 earlier this month, but can it breach the 10,000 barrier?
MSCI has finally included China A-shares in its emerging market indices, but the decision seems long overdue.
“Positive and constructive” was how the UK’s Brexit secretary David Davis described his mood as he kicked off negotiations with the EU on Monday morning.
Assets in exchange traded funds sailed past the $4trn mark globally last month, indicating their increasing popularity among investors worldwide.
The old adage ‘don’t fight the Fed’ exists for a reason.
Since the general election, investment managers have become even more sceptical of the UK's place on the global stage and have cut exposure accordingly.
Any hopes the Bank of England could soon hike interest rates have been dashed after news of the UK’s soaring inflation emerged on Tuesday, so should we settle in for the ‘new normal’ of an inflationary world?
The headlines say fund groups’ profits fell, but what else can we learn from McKinsey & Company’s Asset Management 2017 report into the European funds industry?
The thesaurus doesn’t offer a decent alternative to “uncertainty”, the post-election word du jour, yet Theresa May’s dire performance makes it likely we will be reading the word many times a day for the foreseeable future.
Last night's result is merely paving the way for a “matrix” of political outcomes just 10 days before Brexit negotiations are due to start.
Investors are struggling to call any winners and losers ahead of Thursday's vote due to its lack of a binary outcome.
Just hours away from polling day, and the UK general election looks to be the first major vote in some time not defined by the dreaded ‘P’ word.
It was going well for Theresa May in April, when a Tory landslide seemed guaranteed and ‘strong and stable’ passed as an original, punchy soundbite, but what happens if recent polls hinting at a strong Labour showing are right?
Wealth managers believe mid-cap funds sitting within UK All Companies is "farcical”, with a rethink long overdue.
Japan’s economy is beginning to show signs of life, but is this another false dawn, or a sign that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s reforms are working?
When Donald Trump was first elected US president, investors believed it would power US equities to new highs while emerging market assets were expected to suffer. Four months into his presidency, expectations have changed radically.
Daniel Godfrey has confirmed the final line-up of managers who will be creating bespoke portfolios for his People's Trust, but there are still unanswered questions about the new trust on the block.
Asset manager BlueBay has hit the headlines for shorting sterling on predictions of a likely ‘hard’ Brexit, but as an industry are we still burying our heads in the sand?
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