European equities have declined 26% during 2020 owing to the rapid spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Consequently, economic activity indices have declined to multi-year lows.
Cuts cyclical exposure
150 companies have fallen over 40% year-to-date
Backs China vs US post-recovery
It has been a difficult 2020 for stockmarkets, as the world fights to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Two decades of growth
A spate of dividend cuts or postponements has raised concerns among investors globally. Fidelity Investment Directors, Catherine Yeung and Matthew Jennings, alongside Jochen Breuer, manager of the Fidelity Asian Dividend Fund, look at the forces driving...
Average market cap of $9bn
Manager Russell Champion backs his style-agnostic approach
US equity markets have had their worst quarter since 2008.
As Covid-19 sweeps across the globe, a recession looks unavoidable.
Asia was first into the coronavirus crisis, with China officially reporting cases in mid-January, but it is showing encouraging signs that it may be the first to emerge from it.
Investors are grappling with the huge uncertainty caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic. The human and economic impact has been dramatic, both in its magnitude and in its velocity.
Andrei Kiselev joins as an investment manager
Managed by Bruce Glazer and Brian Barbetta
Pandemic sees firms hold AGMs behind closed doors
Health-driven not financial-driven crisis
After a torrid three weeks, financial markets stabilised in recent days in response to the stimulus packages announced both by central banks and governments.
UN Sustainable Development goals
Left BlackRock earlier this month
Firm's first AoV report
Focus on long-term prospects
Period of 'extreme trepidation'