14 October 2014
While corporate debt has grown at an unprecedented rate globally since 2008, Italy’s lenders are finally beginning to offload a record amount of ‘bad loans’
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.
22 April 2014
Manu Vandenbulck, senior portfolio manager, ING Emerging Markets High Dividend and Europe High Dividend funds, says whilst peripheral Europe's recovery still has a long way to go, their strong performance shouldn't be ignored
24 February 2014
Investor confidence in Europe has been constantly eroded by a series of crises over the past few years. Now, at the start of its recovery, Andrew Parry, CEO of Hermes Sourcecap, says it is important not to panic over a market correction.
20 January 2014
John Redwood, chairman of the investment committee at Charles Stanley, warns 2014 is a year for caution as the US cuts back its bond-buying programme.
20 January 2014
Claire Long, manager of the Premier Global Power and Water fund, explains why rather than creating risk, regulation can drive earnings visibility and dividend sustainability – regardless of economics.
08 January 2014
Andreas Zoellinger, co-manager of the BlackRock Continental European Income fund, says investors should not be swayed by the headlines
08 October 2013
Following six consecutive months of contraction, the eurozone successfully returned to growth in Q2 this year, with GDP increasing at a better-than-expected rate of +0.3% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ).
30 September 2013
Investors fled Italian equities on Monday morning as political tensions resurfaced in Italy, while fears of a potential US government shutdown also impacted markets across Europe.
20 September 2013
Ahead of the results of the German federal election this week, Hardeep Tawakley asks fund managers how they are positioning their portfolios in the region.
02 August 2013
Shares in the Royal Bank of Scotland dropped as much as 6% after the bank reported its half year results and announced its new CEO.
29 July 2013
Stuart Thomson, chief market economist at Ignis Asset Management, explains how Europe’s peripheral economies could plunge the eurozone into a new crisis.
15 July 2013
Ignis Asset Management’s Stuart Thomson has identified five countries across Europe which could be the epicentre for the next leg of the region's financial crisis.
25 June 2013
It is “inevitable” Italy will need an EU bailout in the next six months, according to analysts at the country’s second largest bank.
22 April 2013
The FTSE 100 continued to recover today as banks lifted the index higher on signs that some of the instability in Europe is coming to an end.
Matt Kamm, managing director of Artisan Partners, explains why, following their upswing, biotech stocks are still early in a pharmaceutical renaissance which should capture investor attention.
Jim Cielinski, global head of fixed income at Threadneedle Investments, and Colin Lundgren, head of US fixed income at Columbia Management, explain why the risks of going big and being wrong in fixed income have never felt greater.
With monetary policy weakening the yen and a consumption tax rise at home, Japan's multinationals are the key to solving the country's problems - and the best bet for investors, says Neptune's Chris Taylor.
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