Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein has launched a scathing attack on the US government's austerity program, arguing growth will derail significantly once the Bush-era tax cuts expire in January.
Blankfein said with the prospect of a fiscal cliff hanging over the US economy, which economists forecast could wipe around 3% off GDP, now is not the right time for the US to be carrying out austerity...
Hires in ABS and unconstrained teams
Chose new sector over reorganisation
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to John Chatfeild-Roberts of Jupiter Fund Management.
Tokio Marine Asset Management, as a locally-based bottom-up stock selector, offers a different perspective on the widely held market perceptions of Japan and presents an alternative view which some investors outside of Japan may not have been aware of...
Dividend cuts have been a prominent story for the UK equity income sector over the past 12 months, albeit from fairly high levels in some instances.