What will be Trump impact?
Affected by dollar moves
Particularly small cap and domestic companies
It is likely that the value rally in equity markets has largely played out and how the current 'value-versus-growth' dynamic continues in 2017 depends on a confluence of factors.
Travel ban has sparked worldwide protests
'Secure growth companies could be toppled by turnaround stories'
There are many imbalances around the world, but there are two colossal surpluses and two large deficits which stand out, writes John Redwood, Charles Stanley's chief global strategist.
The transition to a Trump presidency this month, for all its Sturm und Drang, marks several important and bullish transitions for stockmarket investors. Expectations are high, but these trends could lead to an extended favourable climate for US equity...
EMs on a 'whopping' 30% discount
Wrapper branded X-Note
Taken over multi-asset Open range
Investing in debt securities
Will have passive underlay
Credit as an asset class has historically delivered reliable returns across the cycle. Last year's returns in global credit were exceeding 6%, writes Vontobel's Christian Hantel.
Mike Della Vedova, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price European High Yield Bond fund, names five key metrics in the European high yield universe this year.
Multi-asset will continue to be popular
Donald Trump's style may be direct and unpredictable, but the rediscovery of a belief in leadership should help boost animal spirits, consumer confidence and the economy, argues Richard Woolnough, manager of the M&G Optimal Income fund.
Trump will cause first 'zigzag'
Increased 2017 US growth forecast to 2.3%
What are investors' concerns?
Took bearish positions post-election
US dollar stands to suffer in next market wobble
Canada best single-country index
Pharmaceuticals are 'getting away with murder'