Investment Week's US Crib Sheet: All the best articles, infographics and videos from across the industry
Investment Week highlights a range of interesting articles on issues including the impact of a Trump presidency, should investors fear a US recession and the rise of robo-advisers.
Changing role of health insurers
In the second part of our special feature, multi-asset managers explain their US positioning in the face of further market volatility as interest rate rises loom and the presidential election campaign enters its final months.
Next month, the European Central Bank (ECB) will begin buying European investment grade corporate bonds as part of its quantitative easing economic stimulus programme, writes Charles Schwab director Collin Martin.
Jon Curran, senior vice president credit at Standard Life Investments, explains why with a corporate leverage risk looming, picking the right bonds has become paramount in today's low yield environment
Serious hit between 2007 to 2009
Investec assets fall to £80m
Managers of the Corporate Bond fund
Await interest rate decision
Convertible bonds (CBs) are most effective at delivering you closer to your asset mix 'sweet spot' than you would be by guessing your equity/bond allocations, writes NN Investment Partners' Tarek Saber.
Increased focus on tobacco
Draghi to buy corporate bonds in June
Follows fund registration in UK
'Satisfactory' quarter hindered by investment outflows
Supportive central bank policy
Globally, approximately $5.5trn of bonds trade with negative yields and nearly one quarter of the world’s GDP comes from countries with negative interest rates.
The pharmaceutical and biotechnology sector has performed well in recent years, primarily by virtue of attractive fundamentals.
To be managed by DoubleLine Capital
Follows Italy's Atlante fund
Morgan Stanley and Baillie Gifford discuss
Net mutual fund inflows of £443m
Targets returns of LIBOR plus 2%-4%