In the second part of our special feature, multi-asset managers explain their US positioning in the face of further market volatility as interest rate rises loom and the presidential election campaign enters its final months.
Multi-asset managers tell Investment Week their current US positioning in the face of further market volatility as interest rate rises and the presidential election loom later in the year.
As managers continue to search for uncorrelated assets which are able to achieve 'true' diversification in difficult market conditions, managers tell Investment Week in this two-part feature their strategies for constructing the perfect multi-asset portfolio...
As events such as the forthcoming EU referendum contribute to market uncertainty, managers tell Investment Week in this special two-part feature where they are finding the best uncorrelated assets that are helping their portfolios achieve 'true' diversification...
Following the global rout in commodities in 2015, managers are rotating back to oil, mining and precious metals this year via a range of vehicles such as ETFs, investment trusts and MPLs.
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...
Fund managers reveal telecoms, housebuilders and retail as some of the sectors they believe will be able to continue their strong run in 2016, alongside the trouble spots.
In the second part of this special Big Question, managers assess the risks and rewards of investing in this sector in the current climate.
Fund managers give their assessment of the real strength of the financials sector after a turbulent few months.
Differing benefits for pensioners
In the second part of this special Big Question feature, investors and managers explain their portfolio positioning during a tough start to the year.
Following calls to 'sell everything' last month as markets continue to flirt with bear territory, industry experts tell Investment Week where they remain invested, the areas to avoid and, most importantly, why the market slowdown is not a new crisis in...
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.
Long term implications of shaky start to 2016
With the US entering a new rate cycle and global growth still weak, industry experts at Investment Week's recent Funds To Watch event reveal how they think markets will perform in the coming 12 months, and where the key opportunities and risks lie.
Investment Week asks managers where they believe the best opportunities and key risks lie in the forthcoming 12 months.
With the results of a referendum on UK membership of the European Union too close to call, we ask investment professionals for their views on the impact of a potential 'No' vote.
In the second of a two-part series, fund managers reveal how global central bank decisions are impacting investors and their strategies.
Follows confused market messages
In the second of a two-part series, Investment Week asks managers for their views on high yield following the sector sell-off in Q3 and how they are gaining exposure.
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.
Strong headwinds for the commodities sector show no sign of abating, but record share price falls for some companies have provided attractive entry points into the asset class.
With ethics and responsible investing becoming a core part of many investors’ criteria, Investment Week asks which themes or stockpicks are standing out
In the second of a two-part Big Question, Investment Week asks which financial services companies are standing out as the sector's recovery continues