Triggered by the European Central Bank's (ECB) Asset Quality Review in November 2014, credit growth across Europe has continued to improve, albeit with ongoing support from the bank, writes PineBrdige's Hani Redha.
Manager intends to add to oversold positions
Could spell safe haven status for UK longer term
Fund manager Brexit reaction: Unstable conditions could last up to five years but not a 'Lehmans moment'
Britain votes to leave European Union
Mark Denham and Simon Young leave firm
Pound could fall more than 20%
Polls neck and neck
Never have so many people been looking for so few facts and found none. This could just about sum up the debate about the EU referendum, which is thankfully nearly over – bar the voting.
From the 1974 stockmarket crash to three-day weeks, voters from 1975 reveal how different – and difficult – the UK's economic situation was 41 years ago. Hardeep Tawakley reports.
Niche capabilities make small caps attractive
Vote just two weeks away
Adrian Collins becomes non-exec chairman
Should 'alleviate financial shocks'
Sterling hits eight-week low
Vote Leave wins by 51.9%
Growing regulatory pressures
Electronic payment evolving
Tough start to the year
The European Central Bank recently announced a further set of measures intended ultimately to increase the rate of inflation, which includes the corporate sector purchase programme (CSPP), a plan to buy euro-denominated corporate bonds that will be launched...
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Henderson's manager of the European Focus trust, John Bennett (pictured), and manager of the EuroTrust, Tim Stevenson, discuss the main drivers for European companies in the current environment.
Following the crescendo of the European sovereign debt crisis in 2011, scepticism plagued investors across the continent, leaving the economy in a fragile, lethargic state.
Despite a recovery from the market turmoil seen in the first six weeks of the year, investor sentiment still remains weak, writes Winterflood's Simon Elliott.