Investors and policymakers not prepared for Covid-19 economic damage
Equity investors ‘jolted into action’ as more coronavirus cases confirmed
2019 marked the end of a strong decade for financial markets and a year that punctuates many of the same themes of the decade: US equities outperforming international equities, growth outperforming value and ongoing historically low global interest rates....
A crisis of global significance
Allianz Technology and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon top five- and ten-year lists
A question of obsolescence
A whistle-stop review of the main industry events
Minimum investment of $2,000
New markets opening across the world
Results show 'mixed picture'
55 managers joined the list this year
Tenpin, emerging markets and Alphabet
Underweight GBP and EUR
Major indices rocked by growing threat of pandemic
Predicts virus will be contained in March
Heightened volatility here to stay
2019 was marked by US dollar appreciation
What investors need to add to their checklists for the next 10 years
Counting the potential cost of the outbreak
$12trn of global bonds trading with sub-zero yields
Not all economic indicators have turned green
The current macroeconomic backdrop is a good opportunity for us to be reminded of the difference between 'signal' and 'noise'.
Responsible investment making waves across the pond
A return to safe-haven stocks