Finding the best opportunities
Growth slowest in a decade
The emergency airdrop of fiscal and monetary support provided to fight back in the battle against the coronavirus impact on the global economy continues to prevent further dives in world markets.
Fiscal stimulus and history to the rescue?
Growth to fall to 1.5%
David Cubbin will help to grow European product set
One-on-one meetings with portfolio managers
Underweight GBP and EUR
Recent sharp movements are 'rare'
According to latest Global Dividend Index report
Which of this year's teams excel with their domestic growth?
Concentrated portfolio of 75 to 100 positions worldwide
Focus on emerging markets and Asia Pacific
Spike in fine wine markets
Also best performing region YTD
John Redwood, chief global strategist at Charles Stanley, challenges investor preconceptions about investing in Australia.
Markus Schomer, chief economist at PineBridge Investments, explains why he is forecasting stronger growth in the next two years as three shocks that hit the global economy in the past 18 months fade away.
Commodity-sensitive currencies also higher
Global commodity slump also weakens outlook
Number of big bets go wrong
Valuations in Asia-Pacific ex Japan areas are attractive relative to global peers currently, as most of the economies in the region are beneficiaries of lower oil and commodity prices, being net importers.
Ahead of Jupiter fund launch