09 August 2013
UBS Global Asset Management is closing its European Equity fund in September due to poor performance and dwindling assets.
05 August 2013
Franklin Templeton has hired former Insight and Armstrong manager Toby Hayes to manage a new multi-asset range, Investment Week can reveal.
23 July 2013
Global markets have had a volatile relationship with the central banks this summer, as the US Federal Reserve began hinting at tapering its asset purchasing programme.
22 July 2013
A number of big name fund managers have been flagged by Bestinvest’s latest infamous list of "dog funds", which names and shames the worst performing funds available to UK investors.
17 July 2013
UBS head of fixed income capability Simon Foster is considering moving assets in to mortgage backed securities (MBS) as fears over the potential end of quantitative easing (QE) weigh heavy on investors.
10 July 2013
UBS has become the largest global wealth manager after its assets under management soared in 2012, according to a survey from UK-based research firm Scorpio Partnership.
17 June 2013
Much has been written about the US ‘shale boom’ but less has been said about its wider implications for investors. Poppy Allonby, portfolio manager of the BlackRock New Energy Investment Trust, explains how the energy boom is rebooting and recharging the economy.
17 June 2013
With US markets soaring to record highs, many investors have questioned whether the best of the returns have already been made in this market. Annabelle Williams takes a closer look at how investors are positioning their portfolios after the market rally.
13 June 2013
Last July’s pledge by ECB president Mario Draghi to do “whatever it takes” to save the euro has sparked a run that saw the MSCI Europe index beat the MSCI World by 6% in the last year, surpassed only by the US in terms of performance.
07 June 2013
Guy de Blonay, manager of the Jupiter Financial Opportunities fund, explains how the current environment of cheap financing should allow structural growth themes to flourish.
06 June 2013
Over the past couple of years, the landscape of the wealth management sector has evolved markedly.
03 June 2013
European equities have re-rated despite little positive news and could go much higher when the earnings cycle turns, forecasts Olly Russ, co-founder of Argonaut Capital Partners.
03 June 2013
Multi-asset managers have been moving back into property for the first time since the financial crisis, as higher income levels from the sector attract yield-hungry investors.
08 May 2013
Investors often wonder not only about the potential return for equities as a whole but also the relative returns of growth and value stocks. This query has been more pertinent of late, as the markets have seen a divergence from their post-financial crisis patterns.
29 April 2013
Kira Nickerson discovers that some fund managers are beginning to re-examine this previously unpopular asset class.
Why are there often such differences in the performance of investment trusts and open-ended counterparts run by the same managers, asks James Burns, head of the multi-manager team at Smith & Williamson.
With UK markets having underperformed many European indices in recent months, and the prospect of interest rates rising very soon, Raj Tanna, portfolio manager at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, analyses the future for UK equities.
The deep recession in the US and subsequent sluggish growth has led some experts to suggest the market is suffering economic hysteresis - or permanent damage to potential growth and employment, explains Robert Jukes from CGWM.
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