New series exploring one asset class each week
Canada and Japan-domiciled assets among top stars
Uk dividends tumbled 54%
Rising from generations of socio-political instability
Is the worst really behind us?
Underweight GBP and EUR
Recent sharp movements are 'rare'
North American equity markets have rewarded investors in 2019 and are at or near all-time highs.
CEO 'committed to running Aviva better'
According to latest Global Dividend Index report
Payments from listed companies hit $513.8bn in Q2
Political risks front and centre of economist's speech
It has been a difficult year for global equities, with volatility caused by factors such as concern about trade wars leaving many of the world's stock markets in retreat.
Over the past quarter, infrastructure globally has endured some highs and lows, with the US, in particular, surging ahead and buoyed by strong economic growth while Europe has faced a series of challenges.
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) governs the trading relationship between the US, Canada and Mexico.
'Eliminating gender equality'
Karsten Bierre warns of dangers of 'picking the winners'
Japan was worst performing
Candidates clash as campaign heats up
Ugo Lancioni, head of global currency at Neuberger Berman, takes a closer look at some of the consensus currency positions of last year, and asks if they are still compelling.
GLG's Jon Mawby and Andy Li have repositioned their £1bn Strategic Bond fund following the announcement of a €1.1trn quantitative easing programme by the European Central Bank (ECB).
Standard Life shareholders are set for a £1.75bn payout after the firm announced the sale of its Canadian business to a subsidiary of Manulife.
Liontrust's James Inglis-Jones and his team have revamped their European Absolute Return fund and have begun to convert their UK Income fund to a global mandate.