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
To be managed by DoubleLine Capital
Greek debt crisis could re-emerge
Need to prevent another 'taper tantrum'
Fall in whole economy profits
Trump gaining traction
Enrique Chang promoted
How will investors look back on Q1 2016? They will probably remember global markets suffered their worst start to a year in two decades, with indices including the FTSE 100 dropping into bear territory as heightened concerns about a China slowdown and...
How the US domestic recovery is fostering small-cap innovation – regardless of presidential politics
Following a volatile few months, four fund managers discuss their outlook for small caps in the US and the UK, and where they believe the best sources of growth will be in 2016.
Banks worst hit
Real growth needed
Biotech has fallen
Signal to buy
Joint offer already on the table
Brad Tank, chief investment officer – fixed income, Neuberger Berman, discusses the major transition in central bank philosophy that has appeared in recent weeks.
US Equity Value fund also renamed