Short duration or long duration? That is the question. And the answer, for past few years, has been 'long'. It's worked a treat for some. Could things be about to change or is the raging 30-year plus bull market going to go on for longer?
European Wealth's Richard Stammers and Nigel Marsh discuss why they like UK equities and why the Trump-led bond rout may not be a bad thing.
Theresa May’s visit to India is her first trade mission as Prime Minister and an important one for the UK as it looks beyond Europe.
In this week's edition of the podcast, Kaan Nazli, emerging markets economist at Neuberger Berman discusses whether or not there is still room to run on the EM rally, where he is seeing opportunity in the debt space and how a Trump presidency could affect the market.
Peter Toogood, investment director at the Adviser Centre discusses the changing dynamics within the wealth management sector that lead to the firm's deal with the Embark Group and why markets are looking at a gloomy but not entirely overcast 2017.
Former MPC member and labour economist David ‘Danny’ Blanchflower says central banks have a credibility problem.
Whilst we were all eagerly hoping to get a new polymer £5 note in our change from the supermarket a couple of weeks ago, another currency was also also making a 'first' appearance of sorts: the Chinese yuan was added to the global reserve basket.
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.
Hermes Investment Management group chief economist, Neil Williams discusses everything from why macro is likely to remain king to the increasing ill-effects of the QE splint.
I’ve always seen the word ‘contrarian’ as going against popular opinion but when I invest I’m simply looking at some of the other characteristics of a stock that others might ignore.
The jury is still out on whether the Big Bang deregulation of the UK’s financial services industry in the 1980s was a good thing or not. Some say it sowed the seeds of the Great Financial Crisis; others claim that it freed capital to flow to where it naturally should.
In a world where people are comfortable using their smartphone for everything from online banking to booking a holiday, asset managers – both large and small – can no longer afford to ignore the possibilities of digital technology.
UK equities have shocked many with their resilience this year, particularly since the Brexit vote, but that does not mean all funds within the UK All Companies sector have delivered the goods
With children now back at school and pubs starting to put up the Christmas decorations (I kid you not), the summer holidays already seem like a long time ago and the constant cries of 'are we nearly there yet' - only to have the little darlings fall asleep 20 minutes before you finally reach the destination - a distant memory.
In the first in a series of three, Julie Littlechild, founder of Absolute Engagement, explores the importance of advisers and clients working together to enhance customer engagement.
The Brexit conversations rumble on. What is the impact on the UK? Or the rest of the EU? This debate has been raging pretty much non-stop since the referendum campaign started and it will remain a live issue until the terms of the UK’s exit have been thrashed out and agreed.
Imagine a helicopter flying overhead, spilling thousand-dollar bills all over your backyard. That’s the visual that comes to mind when I read about “helicopter money”, a proposed alternative to quantitative easing (QE).
A perceived recovery in value stocks this year offers pause for thought in the face of the consensus cautious positioning of wealth managers
Fidelity’s Nick Price on the latest developments in Emerging Markets.
Barclays’ announcement on Monday that it has launched...
One of the losers so far, from the election of Donald...
The HL Select UK Shares Fund launch today has been...
With a December interest rate rise now close to certain,...
The index dipped by 0.53% to 6763 Tuesday morning as...