Despite sluggish earnings growth, gloomy forecasts for global growth and a noticeable apathy towards equities on the part of so many investors, US equities are not looking too bad, according to JPMAM's Christian Preussner.
If you think you have seen a lot of Chinese tourists lately, you probably have not seen all of them yet as the growth cycle for the tourism sector has just started.
Mark Robinson,chief investment officer of Bordier UK, takes a closer look at some of the pressure points and bright spots for global markets.
Subscription models are an exciting and fast-growing sub-sector in the booming e-commerce market, writes TMT Investments' Alexander Selegenev.
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Lucy Walker of Sarasin & Partners.
Joined group in 2011
Joined group in July
Overhauled under new manager
Despite low investor confidence
Previously issued similar warning about China
Commentators see 'natural rebalancing'
Political risk is on the rise, warns Miton's Anthony Rayner, with economic stagnation and voter dissatisfaction unlikely to disappear any time soon.
Deadline of 30 September
Fund launched last month
Property and equity sectors record largest outflows
Mirroring existing strategy
Bond ETFs enjoy inflows
In this summer's edition of the podcast, Investment Week speaks to two key figures in the wealth management community about the Brexit vote and the Bank of England's interest rate cut.
Helped by foreign currency exposure
Key data stronger, but markets unconvinced
Commodity funds continue winning streak
In response to investor demand
Taking a year out of the industry
Which funds topped the chart?