Earliest date for inclusion is October 2016
With the results of a referendum on UK membership of the European Union too close to call, we ask investment professionals for their views on the impact of a potential 'No' vote.
RBC's James Jamieson argues too many investors still believe dividends imply a stock must be 'ex growth'.
Europe is benefitting from a valuation discount to the US in terms of P/E and dividend yield, as well as an improving outlook overall.
Delegates at Investment Week’s European Breakfast Briefing last month heard from a number of fund managers discussing the region’s prospects.
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New fund expected by end of 2015
GAM's Niall Gallagher explains why he believes markets are only half way through the European recovery, with the next phase likely to focus on earnings growth.
In an effort to further weaken the euro, boost economic activity, and create inflationary pressures, the European Central Bank's foot on the easy money gas pedal will be maintained, writes BMO Asset Management's Sam Cosh.
The Borsa Istanbul index may have rallied over 5% on the back of the Justice and Development Party's (AKP) surprise win in Turkey's general election on 1 November, but fund managers have warned caution is still needed when investing in the country.
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John William Olsen, manager of the M&G Global Growth and M&G Pan European funds, argues there are more opportunities to buy high quality companies at attractive prices than a year ago.
Valuations can, on a long-term view, offer significant opportunities, according to Vincent Devlin, co-manager of the BlackRock Greater Europe investment trust
All eyes on December meeting
Stability threatened by further EU integration
Follows significant investor demand
Schroders chief economist, Keith Wade, discusses how the slowdown in China is yet to reveal its true impact on German companies, and how the recent influx of immigrants could put budget policy at risk
Risks remain despite tailwinds
Winterflood Business Services' Alex Kerry explains what investors need to be aware of as the MiFID implementation deadline approaches.
The investment case for Europe is on the face of it challenging, but Crux is finding opportunities in unusual areas.
A couple of weeks ago, I came across a new genre of internet TV called the 'Top Ten list' programme.
First fund for Henderson hire Arminjon
Dan Ison to remain as deputy
The first eight months of 2015 have been relatively weak for the global high yield market. Much of this weakness has stemmed from the US, where exposure to lower commodity prices has put pressure on issuers, in particular those in the basic materials...