This year's even to go ahead in November
In the immediate aftermath of the last recession and accompanying financial crisis, there was every reason to expect companies to be reticent about embarking on long-term, productivity-enhancing investment programmes.
Income prospects still strong in Japan
It is probably not an overstatement to suggest the UK is facing the biggest challenge for 70 years.
First rate cut last month
More robust economic data in August
After a summer which was surprisingly quiet by the standards of recent years, we may be at the point of significant change in the direction of markets.
Liontrust manager Carolyn Chan examines the investment case for Thailand, which is a significant overweight in the group's Asia Income fund.
Committee members believe more data is needed
There is no doubt the principal immediate consequence of the Brexit vote has been a further increase in uncertainty.
More than a month on from the EU referendum and the sky has not fallen in. Helped by the Conservative party's usual brutal efficiency that ensured the political vacuum was quickly filled, financial markets have stabilised.
Expects rate cut next month
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Jonathan Bell, partner and CIO of Stanhope Capital.
Arjun Bhandari, an analyst on Henderson's Diversified Income Limited investment trust looks at the disruptive trends in the economy and how their interaction may be contributing to the current low growth, low inflation environment.
By Nicolas Trindade, fund manager at AXA IM
Key issues for investors
Among 200 economists backing 'remain' vote
Growth only a fraction of what it has been in past
Financial services has 'most to lose'
Headlines exaggerate reality
In the latest monthly Investment Week podcast, Hermes' chief economist Neil Williams talks about the 2016 Budget, the threat of a Brexit and the implications for the UK economy.
Outlook more 'uncertain' in January meeting
Markets no longer listening to central banks 'crying wolf'
The New Year started, as always, with a flurry of forecasts for the next 12 months. But with equity markets having one of their worst starts, a number of commentators have not had to wait as long as usual for some of their forecasts to look a touch optimistic.