Sentiment towards European equities has been on the rise this year.
This year has seen a continuation in 2016's trend for corporate credit. The European Central Bank (ECB) purchase programme under its quantitative easing policy has pushed corporate credit spreads tighter, starting with high-quality corporate issuers,...
Inflows over August and July
Who would have thought 12 months ago that Europe would have become the destination of choice for investors in 2017? What has changed?
Outflows of €743m in June
German and Italian elections to come
Less constrained by global macro risk
Italy remains a risk
The threat of populism may have abated in Europe for now, but investors in the continent should not rest on their laurels, argues Chris Hiorns, manager of the EdenTree Amity European fund.
Remains positive on European credit
Davan Byrne, fund manager at Davy Asset Management, outlines the factors he believes are contributing to the lowest market volatility levels in two decades.
Investors breathed a sigh of relief after centrist, pro-EU candidate Macron's victory in the 1st round of French elections. Since then, European markets have come out swinging. Now he's secured the presidency, is another surge likely? In our view, the...
Still uncertainties in eurozone
Beats Marine Le Pen
Polls show 60% of votes for Macron
"Expect the unexpected"
It may seem strange to consider emerging markets a potential safe haven, but arguably that is now the view of many of those looking to mitigate the political uncertainties in Europe and the US.
Tightly fought battle
Election to be held on 23 April
EEC founded in 1957
BofA Merrill Lynch survey
French elections later this month