The most popular phrase of last year revealed
Oil and gas stocks rise amid escalating tensions
Senior fund managers and economists discuss biggest headwinds and tailwinds
Muted equity returns to define the 2020s
Focus on 'fundamental change' in health industry
Greystone Wealth Management is currently at its maximum underweight to North America given the historically high valuations seen in the region. Meanwhile it is rotating marginally from growth into value strategies.
Fear of regulation main driver behind cut in exposure
The headwinds and tailwinds to look out for in 2020
Six managers give their views
North American equity markets have rewarded investors in 2019 and are at or near all-time highs.
US healthcare benefitting from secular tailwinds
Easing trade tensions and growing corporate earnings behind improved metrics
The US dollar has performed well, up more than 7% since the end of 2017, and continues to enjoy a number of supports.
Capital Group, T. Rowe Price and BlackRock register worst records
Could 2019's markets see a repeat of Wall Street in 1929?
What moments have freaked investors out the most?
What sets companies on both sides of the Atlantic apart?
Overweight healthcare equipment
In the US, the consumer is king; spending is at its strongest in four-and-a half years, retail sales are up, jobs and productivity figures are steady and wage growth continues.
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The US political landscape remains deeply divided as Republicans and Democrats gear up for next year's Presidential election.
Fund seeded with $25m in September
Growing awareness of environmental factors
Safe‑haven status of the dollar remains intact