The big question
26 May 2015
As equities reach record highs and fresh volatility hits fixed income markets, Investment Week asks if cash is now looking like a more appealing proposition
18 May 2015
From financials and Brazilian equities to preference shares, managers tell Investment Week more about their best contrarian stock, sector, and regional picks for 2015.
10 May 2015
Fund managers explain why they are going against the herd with their stock, sector and country allocations.
01 May 2015
As managers battle crowded trades and correlated asset classes, true diversification has become harder to achieve. Investment Week asks investors how they are tackling this issue.
24 April 2015
With investment trust boards facing renewed attention, and flows still lagging open-ended peers', Investment Week asks managers and analysts whether the sector can do more to appeal to would-be buyers.
17 April 2015
Following Shell’s £47bn deal for BG Group earlier this month, Investment Week asks the industry which other sectors could benefit from M&A this year?
12 April 2015
As yields compress and value dries up in many mainstream asset classes, managers and analysts identify the alternatives they believe can offer the best returns.
30 March 2015
As property continues to deliver for investors, value is becoming harder to find. Investment Week asks allocators and fund managers which sub-sectors still look like attractive propositions.
23 March 2015
Investment Week asks managers how they are dealing with volatile currency markets, as diverging central bank monetary policies create fresh challenges for investors.
03 March 2015
A prolonged rally in both equities and bonds has left investors facing a challenge to diversify away from crowded trades in recent months. Investment Week asks fund managers and buyers which trades in particular should be raising the red flags.
23 February 2015
Following the release of the Bank of England’s latest Inflation Report earlier this month, Investment Week asks fund managers how they are preparing for key monetary policy changes in 2015.
11 February 2015
Despite being one of the top performing S&P 500 sectors in 2014, technology companies could come under pressure this year. Fund managers tell Investment Week if they beleive tech stocks still hold value
02 February 2015
As Investment Week celebrates its 20th anniversary, fund managers reveal their best and worst investment decisions of the past 20 years, and what they may have done differently.
29 January 2015
The impact of China’s slowing growth on the wider Asia region continues to worry investors in 2015. Yet pockets of opportunity have appeared recently, as the continued decline in the oil price boosts importers. Here, fund managers tell Investment Week about their favoured stocks, countries and contrarian plays.
09 January 2015
Fund buyers, managers and chief investment officers reveal the sectors and strategies they see as best placed to excel in 2015.
Sam Isaly, managing partner of OrbiMed Investors and portfolio manager of the Worldwide Healthcare trust, says strategically-driven M&A activity and leaps in scientific research are continuing to drive growth for the sector
Stuart Parks, head of Asian equities at Invesco Perpetual, explains why despite China’s strong equity market gains in recent months, investors may be too optimistic on other Asian countries
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