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Follows closure of Asia Property fund in July
Two new managers appointed
Over the past couple of months, Oyster's Claire Shaw has actively increased the fund's exposure to emerging markets as it is one of the most out of favour themes in the market right now.
For those investors seeking in the region of cash +2% returns and low levels of overall risk, the current market environment poses several challenges – such as the historically low yields and high valuations.
Allianz GI's Simon Gergel explains how changes in macro and micro-economic factors could provide large-cap stocks with a significant boost in the coming years.
Advises investors to de-risk portfolios
Attractive buy territory
Extends QE to at least March 2017
Avoiding the losers
RBC's James Jamieson argues too many investors still believe dividends imply a stock must be 'ex growth'.
Europe is benefitting from a valuation discount to the US in terms of P/E and dividend yield, as well as an improving outlook overall.
Set for January 2018 introduction
Delegates at Investment Week’s European Breakfast Briefing last month heard from a number of fund managers discussing the region’s prospects.
Fund reaches three-year track record
Will allow more access to European ABS
ECB and BOJ set for further stimulus
Concentration risk in factor indices
New fund expected by end of 2015
FCA chairman John Griffith-Jones has said a delay to MiFID II implementation is "not ideal" but a year-long reprieve would provide a more achievable timeframe for firms.
GAM's Niall Gallagher explains why he believes markets are only half way through the European recovery, with the next phase likely to focus on earnings growth.
Follows complaints over 'unfeasible' deadline