As the most exciting US Presidential race in decades reaches its conclusion, three fund managers from Pioneer Investments give their views on the implications for different asset classes.
Despite Brexit headwinds
Asia markets rise
The emerging markets asset class remains at the forefront of the world's most vibrant and fastest-growing economies, with overall gross domestic product growth rates comfortably in excess of the developed world this year, despite much-publicised slowdowns...
But long-term Brexit implications on horizon
A couple of weeks back, I found myself spending a lovely afternoon with an old friend who says he works in emerging markets investing but looks suspiciously like someone who works for the CIA.
Position of strength ahead of Brexit
Improving corporate governance
Family businesses has enjoyed operating across Europe
OBR forecasts 2% growth in 2016
Looking at recent headlines, many investors may be discouraged from investing in Japan, but Richard Aston, manager of the CC Japan Income & Growth trust, says investors should look more closely at the wider fundmentals before making a decision about investing....
Follows months of uncertain markets
Markets no longer listening to central banks 'crying wolf'
China's 'new economy', focused on consumer demand and the service sectors, is accelerating.
GDP grew 0.5% in Q4 2015
Financial services worst hit
Kunal Desai, head of Indian equities at Neptune Investment Management, analyses what will be the real driver of the Indian investment story in 2016.
U-turns on tax credit cuts
Despite a slowdown in growth to 0.5% in the third quarter, the UK economy continues to perform well.
December rate hike still on the cards
Markets and sterling fall
Asian equity managers are remaining optimistic on the outlook for China, dismissing investor concerns the country is heading towards a hard landing, despite third quarter GDP growth being the weakest since the financial crisis.
Transitioning to consumer-led economy
Period of adjustment