02 December 2013
Nathan Chaudoin, investment director, emerging market debt at HSBC Global Asset Management, explains why investors should now look to corporate debt instead of sovereign bonds in emerging markets.
15 November 2013
David Coombs, head of multi-asset investments at Rathbone Unit Trust Management, has bought a number of new funds in the last few months as he rejigs his portfolios to focus on global growth.
11 November 2013
Bond managers are buying back into European government debt, as worrying inflation figures revive fears the eurozone could sink into a period of Japan-style deflation.
31 October 2013
J.P. Morgan Asset Management has launched a Total Emerging Markets Income fund to be run by Richard Titherington and Pierre-Yves Bareau.
30 October 2013
A fresh long-term refinancing operation (LTRO) launched by the European Central Bank (ECB) will not have as significant an impact as those seen in 2012, according to AXA Sterling Strategic Bond manager Nick Hayes.
25 October 2013
Aberdeen Asset Management has confirmed rumours it is in talks to buy Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) in a deal which would make it the largest listed fund management firm in Europe.
21 October 2013
J.P. Morgan has reportedly agreed to pay an £8bn ($13bn) fine as part of a settlement with the US over its role in the mortgage-backed securities market, which led to the near-collapse of the US financial system.
19 August 2013
Japan’s equity markets have enjoyed a strong rally since the December 2012 election of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his announcement of a three-pronged package of measures aimed at stimulating the economy, dubbed ‘Abenomics’.
14 August 2013
Two former J.P. Morgan traders have been charged in the US over the scandal that saw the bank sustain losses of $6bn.
12 August 2013
Two City traders could be arrested within days over their role in the J.P. Morgan 'London Whale' scandal which cost the firm $6.2bn, according to reports.
17 June 2013
Equity income stocks could be among the biggest losers from an environment in which investors prepare for a tapering of US QE, investors have warned.
12 June 2013
J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) is closing two underperforming funds, including a commodities fund run by Neil Gregson which has suffered sizeable losses following the sell-off in the mining sector.
22 May 2013
JPMorgan Chase head Jamie Dimon survived a protest vote at the firm's annual shareholder meeting yesterday, which may have stripped him of his role as chairman.
07 May 2013
Annabelle Williams speaks to Chris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Iveagh, about an Asian rebound, property funds and playing the volatility curve.
19 April 2013
Annabelle Williams asks two wealth managers which investment trusts have made it on to their buy lists.
As we head into 2014, fund managers are facing a new world with reduced margins. James Budden, director of distribution at Baillie Gifford, argues it is a sacrifice worth making.
Stuart Edwards, fixed interest fund manager at Invesco Perpetual, considers where we are in the US economic recovery and monetary policy debate, and what this means for the global bond market as we move into 2014.
Bertrand Cliquet, fund manager of the Lazard Global Listed Infrastructure Equity fund, explains his fund’s strategy and where he believes there is value in the sector.
China has made a series of reforms to liberalise the renminbi and could free up its bond market. Ing's Peter Sengelmann explains the implications for investors.
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