Stuck in 2% growth phase
Corporates have already been through 'fire and brimstone'
I have never quite lost the snooker bug, so this year, happy to assist my son in avoiding GCSE revision, I took up my usual armchair seat for the World Championships.
Some managers still remain committed to asset class
After months of capital outflows and uncertainty, the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold rates in September could provide emerging markets with some respite.
Rewind to May 2014 and Indian equity markets were in a state of euphoria following Modi's stunning election victory, built on the promise of a strong reform agenda.
Mark Barnett, head of UK equities at Invesco Perpetual and manager of the Edinburgh investment trust, analyses the growing pressures on listed companies from a number of sources.
Equities look compelling
Who topped the chart?
Managers fear further market falls
Firm expands to 35 staff
Stephen Macklow-Smith, manager of the JPMorgan European investment trust, analyses the sector winners and losers following the end of Europe’s earnings season.
UK vehicles lead charge
Near-term volatility expected
Better than expected US data boosts sentiment
As global equity markets struggle to recover after a turbulent few days, we take a closer look at the major issues still troubling investors.
Investors rush for the exit amid China fears
New fund will be run by head of global equities and his team
Economic data from US and UK not strong enough
The ageing population is causing a major and unavoidable shift in demographics
For most US equity investors, it is all eyes on the Federal Reserve until we see the first lift-off in interest rates. We have got beyond the patch of weak economic data earlier this year and are returning to stronger growth, as signalled by healthy labour...
Schroders saw its assets under management grow by 14% in first half of the year to £309bn, despite strength in the sterling reducing AUM by £10.2bn in the second quarter.
The Targeted Absolute Return retook its place as the UK's best-selling sector in June as investors sought reassurance in choppier markets.
M&G Recovery fund manager Tom Dobell has said improved stock selection is helping his £4.5bn portfolio regain its poise this year following a period of significant underperformance.