Dominic Keen, founder and CEO of Britbots, explains why robotics looks likely to emerge as one of the most active areas of early stage investing in 2017.
EMs on a 'whopping' 30% discount
Still uncertainties ahead in 2017
Why investors are focusing on companies' farm animal welfare policies - and what more needs to be done
Latest Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare
Four factors for a super-Goldilocks economy
Swiss financial services group Aliier Global has created a new wrapper which allows US expats access to UCITS funds without facing the punitive restrictions of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) legislation.
In this second of a special three-part Big Question, managers tell Investment Week that investors need to keep a more vigilant and realistic eye on the economy now that Donald Trump has begun his first term as US President.
In the first of a special three-part Big Question, fund managers give their views on whether President Trump can deliver on his campaign promises, and what this will mean for markets.
As the Evenlode Income fund celebrates its seventh anniversary, fund manager Hugh Yarrow highlights the best performing stocks from its portfolio.
Mirrors existing $1bn US strategy
Will have passive underlay
Essential part of the world economy
Ability to generate uncorrelated returns
Reform a 'gargantuan' task
Three key elections ahead
Likes healthcare and technology
Three-year rolling numbers 'worst period'
Mike Della Vedova, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price European High Yield Bond fund, names five key metrics in the European high yield universe this year.
Donald Trump's style may be direct and unpredictable, but the rediscovery of a belief in leadership should help boost animal spirits, consumer confidence and the economy, argues Richard Woolnough, manager of the M&G Optimal Income fund.
Trump will cause first 'zigzag'
Took bearish positions post-election
Amid challenging market conditions
US dollar stands to suffer in next market wobble
When Shinzo Abe first took up his post as Japan's Prime Minister, he did so thanks to his vivid use of language, writes Charles Stanley's John Redwood.