Shares below $100 in after-hours trading
Could be gone within 15 days
BofA Merrill Lynch survey
Supporting the 'big kid'
Central bank policy disappointing
How will investors look back on Q1 2016? They will probably remember global markets suffered their worst start to a year in two decades, with indices including the FTSE 100 dropping into bear territory as heightened concerns about a China slowdown and...
How the US domestic recovery is fostering small-cap innovation – regardless of presidential politics
Following a volatile few months, four fund managers discuss their outlook for small caps in the US and the UK, and where they believe the best sources of growth will be in 2016.
Follows increase in demand
Investor confidence at lowest level
Joint offer already on the table
Brad Tank, chief investment officer – fixed income, Neuberger Berman, discusses the major transition in central bank philosophy that has appeared in recent weeks.
Passing fund responsibilities to Witherow and Woodhouse
Equity funds remain at top
Too much faith placed on them
We poor humble journalist types constantly struggle to explain complex stuff, but, every once in a while, someone or something comes along which brilliantly captures the inane opacity of global finance in a simple thought.
Combining institutional affiliates
Fund managers reveal telecoms, housebuilders and retail as some of the sectors they believe will be able to continue their strong run in 2016, alongside the trouble spots.
In the second part of this special Big Question, managers assess the risks and rewards of investing in this sector in the current climate.
Fund managers give their assessment of the real strength of the financials sector after a turbulent few months.
Argued Europe needs immigration
Highlights 'derailed recovery'
Stronger growth in industrialised economies
Managers respond to Goldmans call to 'short gold'