Team led by Nick King
Dependent on inflation expectations
Following a circuit-breaking fall in equity markets, managers assess what impact China's volatile stockmarket could have on neighbouring countries in Asia this year.
Analysis from Kepler Partners
New powers for the trust
As Sam Morse celebrates five years at the helm of the Fidelity European Values trust, he talks to Katrina Lloyd about why QE is an "easy" option, why one rule doesn't fit all in China and his outlook for dividend growth in 2016.
The chief executive of Zurich's life division in the UK, Gary Shaughnessy, has been promoted to head the division globally.
Bigger risk than bond liquidity
Rising stars of the industry
First appointment since Godfrey's exit
A wave of risk aversion hit high yield bonds in Q3. Here, fund managers give their views on the sector after the sell-off and where the sweet spots now lie for investors.
Fidelity's multi-asset manager Eugene Philalithis reveals his three strategies for protecting portfolios from duration risk, ahead of rate rises in the UK and US.
Asian equity managers are remaining optimistic on the outlook for China, dismissing investor concerns the country is heading towards a hard landing, despite third quarter GDP growth being the weakest since the financial crisis.
Sold out before emission scandal
Pair join from Fidelity and MetLife
Fidelity multi-asset managers Nick Peters and Kevin O'Nolan describe why they have moved overweight on the energy sector.
Could follow M&G and Schroders
Fidelity has kick-started the price war in the index market again this month, and I applaud it for doing so. After all, why should an investor pay double digits for exposure to developed indices?
Another departure at RLAM
Nick Price, portfolio manager of the Fidelity Japanese Values trust, explores the key changes being made by Japanese corporates.
Charges cut on seven-strong range
Investors were given yet another reason to steer clear of Brazil after political turmoil and high debt levels saw ratings agency Standard & Poor's downgrade the country's status from investment grade to 'junk' this month.
FCA to explore flexibilities
Dampens case for UK rate rise