14 July 2014
European equity fund manager Michael Clements and a member of his team are to leave Franklin Templeton.
09 July 2014
Dividing Europe in to 'core' and 'peripheral' markets is an old debate, and now it makes more sense to distinguish between growth and no growth markets, explains Johan Jooste, UK chief investment officer at Julius Baer.
09 July 2014
The percentage of stocks borrowed by short sellers has fallen to the lowest level since before the financial crisis, as markets continue to rally.
01 July 2014
Legg Mason has wound up its £7m Continental European Equity fund following a run of poor performance, as it continues with the restructure of its US business.
30 June 2014
Fidelity Worldwide Investment is to change manager on its £432m European Opportunities fund later this year, bringing in a manager who has been running offshore mandates.
27 June 2014
SW Mitchell Capital's Stuart Mitchell, manager of the SWMC European fund, highlights three investment themes he noted following meetings with management teams at European companies.
24 June 2014
FE Research scours the vast investment universe to select lesser known funds for your portfolios.
16 June 2014
Following their painful multi-year internal devaluations, peripheral European economies are now much more competitive, says Greg Bennett, fund manager at Argonaut Capital Partners
16 June 2014
Companies from peripheral Europe have begun to introduce themselves to the London bond market, and are offering attractive terms. Christine Johnson, manager of the Old Mutual Monthly Income Bond fund, analyses three of the new entrants to the market.
09 June 2014
This month marks Italian Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi’s, 100th day in the job. Douglas McNeill, investment director at Charles Stanley, analyses his performance so far, and the challenges ahead.
06 June 2014
Markets were mixed overnight after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi revealed he was cutting interest rates, including a move to a negative deposit rate.
04 June 2014
Hugh Cuthbert, manager of SVM’s Continental Europe fund, asks whether there will be a level playing field between euro and non-euro currency plays now growth is returning to Europe.
02 June 2014
The lower percentage of European stocks setting new 252-day highs suggests the region's markets are teetering on the edge of a correction, explains Artemis European manager Mark Page.
30 May 2014
GLG has hired veteran European fund manager Rory Powe as it moves to expand its product range with a European long-only fund.
30 May 2014
Kames Capital CEO Martin Davis talks to Anna Fedorova about Scottish independence, rebranding, and the group’s plans to diversify away from the fixed income space.
The IMA Sterling Strategic Bond sector has become increasingly popular in recent years, with its flexibility hugely attractive in a low yield environment.
The strong dollar has been the bane of equity markets, placing pressure on earnings. But Simon Laing, head of US equities at Invesco Perpetual, argues investors need to look back at the 1980s, when markets soared alongside the dollar’s strength, for investment inspiration.
The tide has turned against mid caps as tourists have retreated and investors head to mega caps for yield. But with lower prospects for growth among FTSE 100 stocks, should investors be favouring mid caps again? Ecclesiastical's Andrew Jackson investigates.
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