19 September 2014
Fund managers, economists, and currency traders waited with bated breath for the outcome of the historic referendum in which Scotland would decide its future - whether inside or outside the UK.
16 September 2014
Killik & Co partner and head of fund research Mick Gilligan talks to Laura Dew about unusual fund choices, backing funds at launch, and the main factor holding back equity markets.
11 September 2014
This week Schroders was rocked by the departure of former Cazenove Capital manager Julie Dean, but with her next move as yet unknown, fund buyers have named a number of alternatives for UK exposure.
09 September 2014
Outsourcing company Quindell has won a court battle against a short-seller which caused its share price to dive 40% earlier this year.
04 September 2014
Fidelity Worldwide Investments is preparing to launch a high conviction Asian equities fund for Anthony Srom.
01 September 2014
FE Research casts an eye across the investment universe to find lesser-known funds for your portfolios.
21 August 2014
Fidelity is planning to merge its International fund into a fund focused on global assets later this year.
15 August 2014
Passive fund providers are under renewed pressure to reduce the cost of investing in their funds, following a move by Fidelity Worldwide Investments to cut fees on its index tracker range.
11 August 2014
Emerging markets have had a torrid 18 months. However, despite the negative headlines, they have performed in line with developed markets since the beginning of 2014. Managers tell Investment Week how they are investing in the region
08 August 2014
Platform sales reached a new record in the second quarter, according to a Fundscape report which pointed to Budget reforms as a key driver of the surge in interest.
08 August 2014
Argentina defaulted on its debt payments late last month after talks between a group of bondholders and the country collapsed, but it is not the only emerging market which looks vulnerable to a financial shock.
30 July 2014
Since the financial crisis in 2008, the FTSE All-Share has been on a steady upward trajectory.
25 July 2014
Strong US data in the past few weeks has encouraged investors holding large US positions, but does tightening monetary policy spell trouble ahead for emerging markets?
23 July 2014
Fidelity Worldwide Investment has launched an at-retirement service ahead of the deadline for implementing the new flexibilities for defined contribution (DC) members next April.
18 July 2014
'The Great One’ is a subject of much debate for academics, pundits and punters alike. Take sport. Just how important is the manager? Is Jose Mourinho really ‘The Special One’?
Brazil’s equity markets have surged ahead this year as investors hope the upcoming election will usher in reforms similar to those seen in Mexico, explains Will Landers, manager of the BlackRock Latin American investment trust
Mid-market firms in Europe are struggling to meet their financial needs as traditional banks continue to undergo a deleveraging process. Alexandra Krief and Taron Wade, directors at Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, explain how investors could fill the private funding gap
The provision of supportive monetary conditions has fuelled a value rally, but now there are signs that higher quality companies with long-term secular growth potential are back in favour.
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