In November of 2015, the Spartans of Michigan State travelled to Ann Arbor to play their arch rivals, the Michigan Wolverines.
Eoin Murray, head of the investment office at Hermes Investment Management, questions how much of the recent market rally is grounded in reality.
How are investors allocating to the US?
'Short-term pain for long-term gain'
Advance from 2009 lows
Bringing strategies to Europe
Nick Peters, portfolio manager on the Fidelity Solutions team, talks to Katrina Lloyd about the strength of the US economy and the potential impact of this year's presidential election.
Cut Japan holdings
Latest Harrington Cooper survey
Strong fundamentals in Cisco and Microsoft
Views from the Sage of Omaha
As events such as the forthcoming EU referendum contribute to market uncertainty, managers tell Investment Week in this special two-part feature where they are finding the best uncorrelated assets that are helping their portfolios achieve 'true' diversification...
Healthcare was one sector that did not fully participate in the recent stockmarket rally and finished the first quarter as the worst performer in the S&P 500 index, writes Legg Mason's Evan Bauman.
Shares below $100 in after-hours trading
Following January's panic, markets staged a strong recovery from their mid-February lows following central bank action, a firming in oil and commodity prices, a clearer picture on China and US interest rates.
Supportive central bank policy
Bearish on central bank policy
Firm favours specialist boutique niche
Americans are an optimistic bunch by nature. However, talk of secular stagnation, declining opportunities and faltering growth have become the topics de jour.
Darren Ruane, head of fixed income, Investec Wealth & Investment, looks at the Republican and Democratic candidates and how their case for the economy could affect bond markets in 2016.
John Paulson saw losses over five months
Stronger than 2015
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