Includes quasi-sovereigns and special situations
Focus on long-term investing
Plan to launch ESG ETFs
New report on Long Term Capital Market Assumptions
Inclusive Development Index
Large rotation of assets
'More consistent upward move euro has seen in years'
When will the global economic party get going?
At its core, investing is about increasing wealth. During a period of cyclical upheaval and mean reversion - generously spiced with global political change - it can be healthy to remind ourselves what drives returns on a fundamental level.
Boost from weaker sterling on Brexit fears
'We are in a new era of nuanced investing'
According to CFA UK's Valuation Index
Gap in GDP growth between India and Brazil increases
Volatile start to 2016
Developed equities attracted the bulk of inflows into exchange traded funds (ETF) in the second quarter, according to the latest figures from iShares, as investors continue to shy away from emerging markets.
The Dow Jones has closed above the 13,000 mark for the first time since the Lehman Brothers collapse prompted the market crash of 2008.
Equity funds experienced their highest ever outflows of retail money in November as investors pulled out their cash in droves amid the ongoing eurozone crisis.
Fidelity's global CIO, equities, Dominic Rossi has forecast another difficult year for equity investors as we enter 2012 but believes emerging markets are set to come back into the spotlight.
The Greek parliament has narrowly voted to approve a drastic austerity package despite facing widespread opposition.