The big question
20 November 2014
The London Stock Exchange saw record ETF trading in October as investors turned to passive vehicles. But are they becoming a threat to active funds and managers? Experts from Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research, Morningstar, Towry, Neptune Investment Management, Ingenious Asset Management, Raymond James, Charles Stanley, UBS, Aviva, SCM Private and Oyster look at the rise of trackers.
12 November 2014
What is the the impact of life after US quantitative easing? And could the taps be turned off sooner than investors think? Fund managers and asset allocators tell us Investment Week their views
30 October 2014
Experts from Cornelian Asset Managers, JPM Fusion, Daniel Stewart & Company, Financial Express, Liontrust Asset Management, ClearBridge Investments, Aviva Investors, Investec, Amundi, Squircle Capital and Union Bancaire Privée consider which equity market currently offers the best value.
30 October 2014
As ethics becomes a core part of many investors criteria, Impax Asset Management, Hermes, Lombard Odier, Morningstar, Neuberger Berman, Premier, Alliance Trust, and Kames Capital reveal their ethical stock picks.
07 October 2014
Is high yield fully valued? Managers from Hermes, Kames, CF Miton, Sanlan, UBP, Mirabaud, Barings, J.P. Morgan, Neuberger Berman, Morningstar, Architas and Franklin Templeton tell Investment Week their views on the asset class
25 September 2014
With European government bonds likely to be anchored for the foreseeable future, where should managers be looking for returns?
22 September 2014
Selectors pick out the smaller funds which have remained under the investment radar despite strong performance.
17 September 2014
Tesco, Sainbury's and Morrison have all seen their share prices slump, as discount retailers continue to dangerously eat into their market share. Is there still value in their sliding share price, or is this a structural evolution for the sector?
02 September 2014
Last month, the Financial Conduct Authority launched an investigation into fund costs. But what does the industry think are the biggest issues for investors when it comes to fund costs?
28 August 2014
Europe and the UK has seen a slowdown in dividend growth recently - in the UK, growth slowed to just 1.2% in the second quarter, according to the UK Dividend Monitor report from Capita. Which stocks are bucking the slowdown?
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
23 July 2014
Short-termism can be seen across many sectors of the financial world, but are fund managers becoming too short term in their investment outlook, and how can the industry fight back against this trend?
10 July 2014
Western economies are finally on a steady recovery path and market volatility is at an all time low. So where do investors think the key opportunities will be in the remainder of 2014?
09 July 2014
In today's changing economical times, is comparing a number of funds or portfolios against a standardised benchmark enough? Managers from Prudential, ING and Hemes fund managers tell us what they think.
08 July 2014
The UK has remained firm on its economic recovery path so far this year, but political turmoil in the Middle East, combined with central banks' inability to make firm decisions on rate rises and monetary policy, are threatening to throw markets off track. So what are the key risks investors should be aware of in the second half of 2014?
An unprecedented era of low-cost borrowing is drawing to a close, but what does it mean for investors? Simon Crinage, head of investment trusts at J.P.Morgan Asset Management, explores the path to monetary ‘normalisation’.
James Tomlins, fund manager at M&G Investments, says the rise in mini-bond issuances also raises questions regarding investor protection.
Poor performance from European cyclicals has been at odds with improving economies, but GAM's Niall Gallagher believes forced deleveraging from hedge funds is behind the stock price weakness.
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