Includes funds of funds
Fed chair Janet Yellen's recent speech in Boston was an occasion to put into perspective a few important questions regarding the still high economic output gap, the formation of inflation expectations, the sensitivity of wages to labour conditions or...
Concerns Japan won't escape "economic doldrums"
Stephen Macklow-Smith, manager of the JPMorgan European investment trust, takes a closer look at the factors that could drive an encouraging earnings story on the continent.
Joins Louise Shaw and Nicholas Regan
Now the UK's Brexit referendum is old news, Europe's troubled peripheral economies are once again under the spotlight as political deadlock in Spain and Greece's growing debt burden cast a shadow on their recovery prospects.
Despite sluggish earnings growth, gloomy forecasts for global growth and a noticeable apathy towards equities on the part of so many investors, US equities are not looking too bad, according to JPMAM's Christian Preussner.
Presidential impeachment verdict expected in August
Manager of six vehicles
Tournament starting this weekend
Jamie Dimon speaks against leaving EU
Strongest start to the year since 2001
Emerging markets have faced a perfect storm recently, writes JPMAM's Emily Whiting.
Against a backdrop of disappointing returns for many absolute return products, particularly macro strategies, the JPM Global Macro Opportunities fund has been getting itself noticed for all the right reasons during a turbulent period for global markets.
With Mario Draghi extending the ECB's QE programme this month, and investors returning to US high yield following a number of recent sell-offs, managers tell Investment Week which areas of the credit sphere are likely to outperform in the coming months...
'Liquidity improved' claims at odds with managers
In the second part of this special Big Question, managers assess the risks and rewards of investing in this sector in the current climate.
BlueCrest closed fund to new investors in December
Reveals her tips for investors
Failed to be "open and co-operative"
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
Japan remains a cyclical market due to its large exposure to global manufacturing sectors relative to other major markets, as well as relative to its own economy.
Long term implications of shaky start to 2016