What does the remainder of 2018 hold for investors?

Central banks and multi-asset in the spotlight

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Olaf van den Heuvel of Aegon Asset Management
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Olaf van den Heuvel of Aegon Asset Management

With continued uncertainty over trade wars, potential interest rate rises and geopolitical risks such as the ongoing Brexit negotiations Olaf van den Heuvel, chief investment officer of Aegon Asset Management (Netherlands), looks to what the remainder of 2018 holds for investors.

As we expected, the one standout investment feature of 2018 so far has been the return of market volatility across most asset classes. Volatility is generally good news for active fund managers as it...

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