Conundrum for investors
Eurozone inflation eased back to a rate of just 1.1% in February. As in the US, there is some indication of a modest pick-up in wage growth, and this has in the past been closely associated with the rate of inflation in the service sector.
Unconventional monetary policy
Investors discounting fears of slowdown
Opportunities in start-ups
David Coombs' Letter from America
Effective from mid-July
The good, bad and the middling stock picks
Sanford DeLand's Ashworth-Lord: UK investors are starting to see negative newsflow for what it is - fake news
Managing director on running a boutique in current climate
Energy costs rising by less than this time last year
Colin Morton taking over
Previously owned by European private equity investor
Only 11% of current boards are independent
Investment Week's Twitter poll
Share buyback representing 15% of market cap
Investors have shunned UK stocks ever since the country voted to leave the European Union, with more than £1.8bn flowing from the Investment Association's UK All Companies sector in 2017 alone, writes River & Mercantile's Hugh Sergeant.
'One Belt, One Road'
In recent months we have been buying 0-5 year US inflation-linked bonds (TIPS) as a defensive move to get exposure to the US dollar, writes MitonOptimal's Peter Geikie-Cobb.
Schroder UK Growth board reveals 23% of shareholders may need to sell after Baillie Gifford transition
Sitting in Schroder ISA scheme