Three countries gaining momentum
In favour of fiscal weakening
Global uncertainty since Brexit
In the run-up to the UK's Brexit referendum vote, it was clear the outcome could go either way, thereby affecting the prospects of individual companies differently within the German equity market. The UK-German trade corridor is well established and very...
Departs firm after 16 years
Almost a third of pan-European portfolio in UK
European equities were hammered in the wake of the referendum result, with the French CAC down 8% after the first trading day, while Germany's DAX closed 6% lower.
Triggered by the European Central Bank's (ECB) Asset Quality Review in November 2014, credit growth across Europe has continued to improve, albeit with ongoing support from the bank, writes PineBrdige's Hani Redha.
Niche capabilities make small caps attractive
Vote just two weeks away
Should 'alleviate financial shocks'
Vote Leave wins by 51.9%
Concerns about EU's passporting rules
Electronic payment evolving
Partly offset by creation of 200 new roles
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 manager of the European Focus trust, John Bennett (pictured), and manager of the EuroTrust, 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'