Eurozone inflation eased back to a rate of just 1.1% in February. As in the US, there is some indication of a modest pick-up in wage growth, and this has in the past been closely associated with the rate of inflation in the service sector.
'Take this very seriously'
Global equities have delivered ample volatility, but very little return for investors so far this year.
Exporters to perform well
Fears of trade war resurface
'We should now call this a crisis': Italian bond yields surge to highest since 2012 amid snap election fears
Government bond yields soar
'Critical' stage in negotiations
Avoiding financial penalties
Comes into force on May 25
"Forget the economic conditions and politics. Focus on who is running the companies that you have in your portfolio and what they can do over the next five years."
Overseas investors returning
Euro up against most major currencies
Launching 13 SICAV funds
UK should develop its own authorised retail investment scheme
To help consumers make better investment decisions
Demand for commercial property remains 'firm'
'Concerned' about the new regulation
MiFID II, the legislation that governs transparency around the charges for investment research, went live on 1 January. We consider life after MiFID II, what this means for investors, brokers and corporates and highlight the unintended consequences.
Budgets for £30m Brexit spend
Difficulties remain while negotiating exit
Pockets of value
Headwind from euro strength should abate
Consequences could be more severe than in stress tests
43% voiced concerns