The European Central Bank recently announced a further set of measures intended ultimately to increase the rate of inflation, which includes the corporate sector purchase programme (CSPP), a plan to buy euro-denominated corporate bonds that will be launched...
Henderson's head of European equities, John Bennett (pictured), and director of European equities, Tim Stevenson, discuss the main drivers for European companies in the current environment.
Following the crescendo of the European sovereign debt crisis in 2011, scepticism plagued investors across the continent, leaving the economy in a fragile, lethargic state.
Changing role of health insurers
Higher conviction approach
European and Japanese equities failed to rise after central bank action
Investors need to 'hold their nerve'
Juncker warns of 'unforseeable consequences'
Heavily weighted towards consumer stocks
Spoke alongside Édouard Carmignac
We find ourselves back in the middle of yet another springtime negotiation between Greece and its creditors - roughly a year on from a crisis that ended in capital controls, a return to a recession, and a 68% fall in the stockmarket index from its 2014...
According to analysis from Trendrating
One of many issues affecting stockmarket
Focus on highly successful SME businesses
Follows Italy's Atlante fund
Launched 16 funds to UK earlier this year
Comes amid sterling volatility
Eurozone equities have had a bad start to 2016, underperforming their global peers. The combination of a steep sell-off in global risk assets and a strong euro were to blame.
Steel has been a prominent fixture in the news in recent weeks but for all the wrong reasons, writes Canada Life Investment's Duncan Mackay.
Aims to support eurozone's third-largest economy
Europe boutique Argonaut Capital has announced a number of changes to the business, including founder Barry Norris taking full control, the appointment of Sanlam CEO Jonathan Polin as chairman and the sale of its Income funds to Liontrust.
Banks worst hit