Follows failed merger
Launched under Luxembourg SICAV
JPMAM's chief global strategist, David Kelly, and fund manager Christian Preussner explain why US equities could provide a fruitful home for UK income investors seeking refuge in a post-Brexit market.
Economy is rebounding
Following last week's successful Brexit vote, investors should be under no illusion that globalisation is now under attack.
Trump and Clinton fight for presidency
US markets suffer losses upon opening
US dollar 20% overvalued
The Trump card was once seen as a joker in the presidential election pack. But the possibility of him being elected is now being taken seriously around the world and from an investment perspective that clearly generates some anxiety.
Value still performs important role
Adds to US equity range
Who is afraid of Donald Trump? Or, for that matter, Hillary Clinton? Not the US stockmarket, it seems.
David F. Lafferty, Natixis Global Asset Management's Boston-based chief market strategist, explores how the controversial Trump versus White House veteran Clinton battle could play out in the coming months.
Wild ride for US stocks
Also hired Milway from EFG Asset Management
Brent up 80% from January lows
Investment Week editor Katrina Lloyd is joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss the US economy, presidential election, and prospects for equity markets.
Election threat to global markets
Key issues for investors
US in latter stages of the economic and market cycle
Investment Week's US Crib Sheet: All the best articles, infographics and videos from across the industry
Investment Week highlights a range of interesting articles on issues including the impact of a Trump presidency, should investors fear a US recession and the rise of robo-advisers.
For much of 2015, and the early part of 2016, I only had to check the direction of the oil price and the Shanghai Composite to work out how good – or bad – the day ahead would be.
Less than 12 months ago, the idea of President Donald Trump was laughable. But in a reversal of fortunes that no-one foresaw, Trump was declared as the presumptive nominee for the Republicans earlier this month, having won more votes than both his nearest...
'Disappointing' seems to be the most common epithet attached to the word 'growth'. This is as true for the US as it is many other developed and developing economies.