The European economy has proved a major disappointment this year. Investors started 2018 full of optimism.
For investors in US equities, October was a painful month. But at least we did not suffer alone - it was a brutal month for almost every asset class. Amid fear and panic selling, only gold posted a meaningfully positive return.
Emerging markets have endured a turbulent few months, with a sell-off in a string of economies stretching from Latin America to Asia sparking fears of global contagion.
Recently published research from Credit Suisse concluded family-owned companies provide superior growth and returns. As managers of the British Empire Trust, which has over a third of its NAV invested in family-backed holding companies across Europe,...
It has been a difficult year for global equities, with volatility caused by factors such as concern about trade wars leaving many of the world's stock markets in retreat.
First State's Oulton to chair
Far outweigh any gains from reduced EU contributions
Focusing on small-cap equities
Implementing in-house targets
Inflows up from £178m for same period last year
Seeking assets with social and environmental impact
Third annual Hampton-Alexander review
'Digital transformation' of sector
Draft text agreed between UK and EU
Increased by ten percentage points
Launching new range
Five years after being bought by Sanlam
Scott will focus on advisory
Boosted by oil sector
LGIM rejoins the top ten
Latest IA figures reveal positive turn
Manager anticipates post-Brexit tailwinds
Spent 17 years at firm