Japanese stocks have more than doubled their returns since December 2012, on the back of Abenomics, but many investors are still not convinced of the sustainability of the rally.
94 non-compliant companies named and shamed
Today we are seeing change in the political environment, investor priorities and market landscape at a faster pace than ever before.
Markets continue to climb the proverbial wall of worry and the S&P 500 index was back into record-setting mode in April.
In praise of the 'outsiders'
Follows UK investors' heavy weighting towards UK assets
Headwinds expected into Q2
The UK economy continues to grow. However, ongoing wrangling over our exit from Europe and broader domestic political uncertainty has seen growth expectations reduced to a rather uninspiring 1.2% in 2019, according to official forecasters.
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Preparing for a soft or hard exit
Faced with ongoing uncertainty and volatility, global macroeconomic commentators are in two distinct camps: one that observes symptoms of recession and another that observes signs of a global recovery.
In praise of investment grade
As we enter Q2, we see particular value in the hard currency and frontier market spaces within emerging market debt (EMD).
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Hopeful of revival amid geopolitical risks
Having spoken to numerous market participants, we discern a number of areas of current concern.
Ahead of core global equity strategy launch
MiFID II, SMCR and beyond
Benefits of detaching personal and business life
Encouraging City workers to open up
Incoming CFO salary main reason for vote result
CEO leads daring 15,000ft jump for charity
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