Down against almost every major and emerging market currency year-to-date, the US dollar is having a torrid 2017 so far, writes Arif Husain, head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price.
Mike Count, senior fund manager at Canada Life Investments, asks if the strong run in corporate credit can continue and outlines the investment case for insurance bonds, which have been left behind in this rally.
Lead manager is Damien Martin
Should you buy in again on St Leger Day?
Aim to launch next year
No progress on key issues
Fallen 1.1% to 7,323 points
Previously benefited from sterling boost
Concerns of a hung parliament
Resumed 2015 trend depreciation
Fund flat over the quarter
Sterling trading at an eight-week high
Many 'unknowns' for economy in 2017
Jason Broomer, head of investment at Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research, asks what can be done to stop the euro from driving the European Union towards breaking point.
Jeff Mueller, high yield portfolio manager at Eaton Vance, talks to Lawrence Gosling about his outlook for the sector in 2017.
Overshadowed by Trump and Brexit
Likely to last until June
Pound has 'robust qualities'
'Everybody hates it'
Before you think of asking yourself which way emerging markets are going to go this year, stop, writes Tamsin Evans, head of multi-asset at River and Mercantile Asset Management.
Reform a 'gargantuan' task
End of 30-year run
'Investor reaction seems measured rather than panicky'