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
Sector recovery continues
With passive vehicles once again in the spotlight as the price war hots up, managers explain how they use the products and comment on the expanding smart-beta marketplace
Some managers still remain committed to asset class
After months of capital outflows and uncertainty, the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold rates in September could provide emerging markets with some respite.
Fund managers reveal to Investment Week the tailwinds behind their favourite alternative investments.
Pockets of value emerging
Investment Week asks managers for their view on 'Black Monday' and how they are protecting their portfolio amid ongoing market volatility
Four bond managers reveal the key challenges for fixed income
How bond managers are positioned for rest of 2015
As the alternative investment market reaches its 20th anniversary this week, managers highlight some of the most impressive company successes - as well as the major failures on the junior market - over the past two decades.
From urbanisation and the rise of a new middle class in emerging markets, to a renewed focus on corporate governance, managers explain which global structural changes are having the greatest impact on their portfolios.
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.
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