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
Leaving after 12 years
European leader in digital luxury development
Focus on European and South East Asian equities
Recruited Davies from Fidelity last year
Assets surpasssed £1.5bn
With Mario Draghi extending the ECB's QE programme this month, and investors returning to US high yield following a number of recent sell-offs, managers tell Investment Week which areas of the credit sphere are likely to outperform in the coming months...
Compounding the gloomy outlook among investors is the ratcheting up of event risk. Brexit is looming largest, driving down sterling and threatening a period of sustained instability.
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Secular tailwinds helping sectors such as air travel
Signs of price stabilisation
Has fallen from global financial crisis highs