The big question
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?
26 June 2014
Every investor is searching for income in the market today, but where is the best value income being found?
16 June 2014
Managers from UBP IM, Rathbones, and Aviva Investors tell us their top contrarian plays currently
12 June 2014
Central banks and regulators have created a precarious environment by pumping cheap money into the financial system. But what will be the outlook for fixed income when it comes to an end?
27 May 2014
UK mid caps are rerating currently, but where do managers think the real value lies?
19 May 2014
Small caps have outperformed mid and larger stocks globally over the past few years but, following recent re-ratings, where do managers think the best value really is?
12 May 2014
Fund managers and strategists tell us how they are reacting to the phenomenal surge in peripheral European valuations seen over the past 12 months.
06 May 2014
Managers from Hermes, J.P.Morgan and Fidelity Solutions tell Investment Week if peripheral Europe is overvalued, or whether pockets of opportunities still remain.
06 May 2014
Tech stocks have taken a tumble in recent months, with some shares having climbed to multi-year or all-time highs. But it all came to an end last month as the Nasdaq reported its worst one-day fall since 2011 after it closed down 3.1%. Will 2014 be the year the technology bubble bursts?
22 April 2014
In the second part of this week's Big Questions, managers from Charteris Treasury, LGIM, Fidelity Solutions and Charles Stanley tell Investment Week where they think ISA money should be invested in 2014/2015
Investors need to sharpen their focus on geopolitical tensions in investment decisions and face the reality of rising risk premia, explains William Davies, head of global equities at Threadneedle Investments
Political conflicts in Russia and the Middle East show no signs of ending, yet emerging markets have continued on an upward curve. Has investor complacency has set in?
Shorting the Japanese yen while going long equities was a consensus trade last year. The pair have decoupled, but can the trade work again? Tilney Bestinvest's Sophie Muller investigates.
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