Helped by foreign currency exposure
Richard Romer-Lee continues his series of informal interviews
Black also worked at Deutsche Bank
Cash weightings increased in portfolios
Chris Smith, analyst - Japanese equities at Polar Capital, discusses the evolution of the Japanese market and the search for income.
Tilney Bestinvest reveals best-selling funds
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There is no doubt the principal immediate consequence of the Brexit vote has been a further increase in uncertainty.
A couple of weeks back, I found myself spending a lovely afternoon with an old friend who says he works in emerging markets investing but looks suspiciously like someone who works for the CIA.
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.
The UK has voted: Brexit it is. Even though the uncertainty around the vote result is behind us, a new road full of unknowns opens up, writes Florence Barjou, deputy head of active investment strategies and head of multi-asset investments at Lyxor Asset...
Interest rates set to be lower for longer
Ali Unwin, manager of the Neptune Global Technology fund, details five ways to gain exposure to electric vehicles without opting for the "high valuation and share price volatility" of Tesla.
Small overweight retained in Japan
Also buying protection and raising cash
Top position in two funds and trust
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.
Kevin O'Nolan, portfolio manager in the Fidelity Solutions team, discusses the repercussions of the recent EU referendum, including the risks of political contagion in Europe.
With all three rating agencies lowering growth expectations for the domestic economy following the referendum result last month, the attractions of investing for long-term growth in the technology related sectors has again been highlighted in our view....
One of the key differentiating factors of technology - and why it is such an exciting place to invest - is that it has the power to create new markets. Certainly, this may happen sporadically in retailing, or construction, or oil and gas, but permanent,...
Edward Smith, asset allocation strategist at Rathbones, takes a closer look at the winners and losers from the UK's decision to leave the EU.