'People need more advice'
The momentum behind infrastructure equities has slowed over the last 18 months, with concerns over interest rate rises and political factors seemingly undermining the investment case for the asset class.
The current industry debate seems to finally be moving on from focusing on active versus passive with investors turning their attention to what is truly active investing and where to find it?
Suffered price drop in Red October
'Symbolic of a deeper Anglo-Sino economic relationship'
Lessons from the global financial crisis
Five ways Guild of Investment Managers is seeking to change industry's 'male, pale and stale' reputation
Changing the face of investment
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Largest trust IPO on record
Staunch value investor
New investment trust set to list on 1 October
How multi-managers are allocating portfolios
A lacklustre performance by gold and silver prices this year, despite multiple ongoing geopolitical issues, has renewed questions about the relevance of precious metals as a major investment class.
Chinese internet companies seen stellar earnings expansion
One of the biggest concerns for emerging markets investors will always be political risk. The relative stability of developed markets in Europe and North America - although notably even that cannot be taken for granted right now either - is not a luxury...
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Trade wars continue to dominate headlines. It is often the explanation behind any sell-off.
Global asset allocators have taken a consensus underweight position to the FTSE, with the UK at its most unloved point in decades relative to other developed markets.
Industry Voice: Identifying beneficiaries of corporate change is a key part of Fidelity Global Special Situations Fund Manager Jeremy Podger's three-pronged investment approach. He reviews the current pipeline of corporate actions across the globe and...
Despite a dismal performance in the first half of 2018 owing to a plethora of setbacks - such as the stronger US dollar, the Turkish crisis, rising trade tensions and policy turbulence - emerging markets have a lot to look forward to in the second half...
The economic recovery is long in the tooth and the rate of growth is slowing.
Following Shinzo Abe's re-election as Prime Minister in 2012 and the infamous 'three arrow' stimulus package, the Japanese equity market was a star performer among the world's stock markets in 2013.
Helped by rising oil price