According to survey
As the spread of Covid-19 continues, the direct impact to global markets is being felt by investors all over the world. Fidelity Sustainable Water & Waste Fund manager, Bertrand Lecourt looks at the short-term outlook for equity markets and gives his longer-term views on how this will impact companies across the water and waste value chains.
'Can't list fund on a platform unless it's daily dealing'
Risk assets extended their recent sell-off as the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak spread further around the world, while investors flocked to haven assets and pushed Treasury yields to record lows. But amid the renewed volatility Fidelity Multi Asset Income Fund’s George Efstathopoulos explains where he’s finding some areas of unexpected outperformance
Seeks "genuine impact" on reducing emissions
According to recent research paper
‘Change is the only constant’ has become increasingly evident for Asia as the impact of the coronavirus is felt across global financial markets. Despite these headwinds to near-term growth, Fidelity Asia Fund portfolio manager Teera Chanpongsang highlights the continued structural shifts in the region and how discipline around these fundamental drivers can reward investors at such times of volatility.
Results show 'mixed picture'
Looking back at the past to predict the market of tomorrow
£43.9bn assets under management in 'dog fund'
Asset managers slowly flocking to cryptocurrencies
First Budget following Tories' landslide election win
Major indices rocked by growing threat of pandemic
The evolution of asset management since 1995
Renamed J.P. Morgan China Growth & Income plc
BlackRock top the tables
Trade negotiations - and the subsequent signed agreement with the US - coupled with slowing headline growth have kept China firmly in the headlines over the opening month of 2020. Fidelity China Special Situations PLC’s Dale Nicholls reflects on the current...
Passive funds 'never have that tension’
Follows Woodford collapse
Oil and gas stocks rise amid escalating tensions
Prospects for alternatives remain positive