Infrastructure is hot, again. President-Elect Donald Trump says he is enthusiastic about upgrading the nation's crumbling roads and energy networks.
End of 30-year run
Equities climbing 'wall of worry'
Protectionist agenda has raised concerns
Helped by strengthening US dollar
Emiel van den Heiligenberg, head of asset allocation at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), distils his outlook for 2017 into seven key questions facing investors this year.
Gallery of key events
'We are in a new era of nuanced investing'
Critic of the US President-Elect
Brazil and Russia top performers for 2016
Three hikes planned for 2017
Helped by Trump's economic plans
Particuarly bullish on financials
Five managers give their views
Would mark historic level
Japan sees biggest one-month jump in sentiment
Stock fell 90%
HNWs across the globe surveyed by ComPeer
Harder to compete with US
2016 is likely to be remembered as a year when Western democracies took a surprising step towards the populist right with voters embracing political messages that included promises to roll back some of the effects of globalisation and towards fiscal stimulus,...
As Donald Trump prepares to enter the White House, normally serious and intelligent people seem to have lost a sense of perspective, writes David Coombs, head of multi-asset investments at Rathbones.
Also launched UCITS platform
Follows US election result
Quick-fire interview with Sarasin CIO Monson: 'Pound has done an amazing job as shock-absorber for UK economy'
Guy Monson, CIO and senior partner at Sarasin & Partners, speaks to editor Katrina Lloyd about the outlook for UK companies and sterling post the Brexit vote.