Looks to harmonise approach across EU
Country 'doing the opposite' from rest of the world
The latest on the UK's life outside the EU
Countries battle against coronavirus fallout
Highlights from first Budget of this Parliament
Follows work of TCFD
2019 General Election result also key factor
We are 11 years into one of the greatest stockmarket upswings in history, yet the joy has not been evenly spread.
Property and tech expected to boom
Equities, bonds, gold, even Bitcoin, along with a range of other assets, have chalked up big gains since the US Federal Reserve made a sharp policy U-turn by cutting interest rates in response to slowing economy last autumn
Heightened volatility here to stay
Investors in the UK housebuilding sector have enjoyed exceptional returns since the Global Financial Crisis and 2019 was no different, with average total returns including dividends of 53%.
The myriad monetary policy easing measures observed across the globe allied with (admittedly, more modest) fiscal stimulus from countries such as China, Japan, France and the UK has led investors to believe that economic growth going forward is well underpinned,...
Europe has been shunned by global investors in the past few years for a number of reasons: profitability of European companies has lagged that of global counterparts; poor public finances have threatened the common currency and populist pressures have...
Fund brand would compete with UCITS and AIFs
Concerns surrounding risk management
Transaction will close in February
Bond markets price in prospect of a 25bps rate cut
Why monetary policy has failed so far
Brexit key issue on table
Biggest victory since Margaret Thatcher
But opportunity to be found outside of the traditional
Low interest rates cause for optimism
AUM shoots up to £15.1bn