Dismiss low costs as 'nonsense'
Fed chair Janet Yellen's recent speech in Boston was an occasion to put into perspective a few important questions regarding the still high economic output gap, the formation of inflation expectations, the sensitivity of wages to labour conditions or...
European equities range now has $13.2bn AUM
Rathbones' David Coombs, head of multi-asset, and Mona Shah, senior research analyst, explain why they remain committed to US equities, and explore the prospects for a new group of 'Nifty Fifty' stocks.
Also reports quarterly results
Thermal coal staged a remarkable rally this year, just when it was written off by investors, writes Sanlam FOUR's Adour Sarkissian.
Trump won with 276 seats versus Clinton's 218
Milway taking over as lead manager
Previous CEO to focus on wealth management
Milway recently joined from EFG
Candidates clash as campaign heats up
The fact that this morning many comments focus on the so-called increased probability of a rate hike this December completely misses the point, writes Raphael Pitoun, CIO of Seilern Investment Management.
Last raised rates in December 2015
Third Luxembourg-domiciled vehicle
Brexit triggers disenfranchised vote
Corporate earnings drive returns
Possible pricing changes
EM managers fared better
Quick-fire interview: New City Initiative's Carter on why small firms need a voice in Brexit negotiations
Jamie Carter, deputy chairman of think-tank New City Initiative and CEO of Oldfield Partners, talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about the Brexit impact on smaller asset managers, and where the big value opportunities are to be found in the current market...
Addition to Global Investor Series
QE losing effectiveness
Lael Brainard said case to tighten is 'less compelling'
Data shows clear Trump win