Equities already entered a bear market
Increased weighting by 50% in four months
Stance remains Brexit should be avoided
What will affect investor sentiment in 2016?
The eurozone has seen an internal shift in economic fortunes of late – the focus of investor concern no longer rests with the 'periphery' but with the 'core' instead.
Manager considers buying beleaguered stocks
IA sales figures for 2015
Rapid and violent market swings feel uncomfortable to most, but as a long-term investor you have to learn how to stomach them and maybe even appreciate them – like some enjoy the scary rollercoaster rides in amusement parks, according to M&G's John...
The past four years has seen analysts forecasting double digit earnings growth for Europe then gradually revising these expectations to zero (or negative) each year.
New powers for the trust
A confluence of economic data releases and central bank policy announcements towards the end of 2015 buffeted investors and raised questions about the global growth outlook.
As Sam Morse celebrates five years at the helm of the Fidelity European Values trust, he talks to Katrina Lloyd about why QE is an "easy" option, why one rule doesn't fit all in China and his outlook for dividend growth in 2016.
Enforced disclosure of OTC trades
Alken's Walewski: How we have been playing the big value shift from commodity producers to consumers
Believes in rebound in technology spending
Being at the heart of today's smartphone and data usage explosion, it is hard to see how an investment in a European incumbent telecoms company could possibly have gone wrong in the past decade or so.
The economic conditions are not improving significantly in the eurozone with poor growth and low inflation, according to EI Sturdza's Eric Vanraes.
Fund launching next week
Follows closure of Asia Property fund in July
Two new managers appointed
Over the past couple of months, Oyster's Claire Shaw has actively increased the fund's exposure to emerging markets as it is one of the most out of favour themes in the market right now.
Structural over-capacity and falling productivity in many once-booming sectors means the Chinese economic model is now in crisis, Barry Norris, founder and CEO of Argonaut Capital.
Advises investors to de-risk portfolios
Extends QE to at least March 2017
Earliest date for inclusion is October 2016