Groups firming up plans
Investor demand for precious metals
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The rise of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is undoubtedly a source of endless fascination for investors; even those who say they would not currently touch related products with a barge pole.
Mention sequence risk in any university finance department and you will probably be met with blank stares, writes Andrew Clare, professor of asset management at Cass Business School.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won his election comfortably, as many in the market hoped and expected.
2016 saw $366bn in online sales in China
By now, the broad outlines of the case against US equities are familiar: after a long bull market, valuations look high.
Those adapting to disruptive environment
As fears of political and economic uncertainty rise, we can see the effect taking hold on the British consumer.
First UK rate rise in decade this month
Ceremony in London
Supporting higher standards
It is no secret that global financial regulations are only getting tighter, writes Robert Cruz, director, information governance at IT security firm Actiance.
Bought from ETF Securities
Business will be re-segmented
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The demographic trend of the ageing of the population makes it likely that income investing will remain a primary area of focus for decades to come, writes Iman Brivanlou, managing director of high income equities at TCW.
As is often the case with sequels, MiFID II is more ambitious, more expansive and arguably more confusing than its predecessor.
Japanese ETFs haven been the winners in terms buying
Increasing correlation between bonds and equities, rising interest rates, increased geopolitical risk and potentially overheating markets appear to have eroded many of the diversification benefits of the 60:40 balanced portfolio.