'Ripe field' for active managers
Leading US smaller companies
Look at the data and it is clear that the Japanese economy is showing signs of healthy growth in Q3 of annualised 1.4% in real terms.
Despite remaining expensive
Globalisation has come a long way fast, and many of the factors driving local inflation are now global in nature. But where will they go from here?
There was major news in the Autumn Budget for the enterprise investment scheme (EIS), with significant changes that greatly enhance what was already a world-leading set of tax incentives, writes Dermot Campbell is CEO of Kuber Ventures.
The board of the £3.6bn Foreign & Colonial investment trust is keen to make contact with anyone who has worked on the vehicle as it prepares to celebrate its 150-year anniversary next year.
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Gary Baker, managing director, EMEA and industry and policy research of the CFA Institute, reveals the ten most important steps companies should take to future-proof their business.
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Fund selectors are faced with what must seem like an overwhelming array of products, but new research by Investment Week as part of our Fund Marketers' Playbook shows there are areas where they would like to see greater innovation and where providers...
Over the years we have found the vast majority of our investment opportunities by focusing on stocks that have significantly underperformed.
This year has once again been one where bullish bond investors have been a little smug.
Growing sophistication in technology
After a torrid 15 years of deflation, it is time to forget about 'the lost decade' in Japan.
For the first time in a number of years, pan-European large company corporate earnings for 2017 look set to post a double digit year-on-year advance.
Working together to share data
Asset managers need to invest in developing women so that more female executives are prepared to ascend to the top, write Sarah Dudney and Emma Wallis of The Buy-Side Club.
Investment Week is delighted to announce the winners for this year's Investment Company of the Year Awards.
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