Inflows over August and July
Outflows of €743m in June
Japan was worst performing
Jason Broomer, head of investment at Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research, asks what can be done to stop the euro from driving the European Union towards breaking point.
There are many imbalances around the world, but there are two colossal surpluses and two large deficits which stand out, writes John Redwood, Charles Stanley's chief global strategist.
Canada best single-country index
HNWs across the globe surveyed by ComPeer
Potential for QE to be ended earlier than expected
Brexit triggers disenfranchised vote
Will minimize impact of UK departure
In the run-up to the UK's Brexit referendum vote, it was clear the outcome could go either way, thereby affecting the prospects of individual companies differently within the German equity market. The UK-German trade corridor is well established and very...
Brexit and global growth worries
Focus on highly successful SME businesses
Yen and euro stronger
Would not undermine UK as financial centre
Schroders chief economist, Keith Wade, discusses how the slowdown in China is yet to reveal its true impact on German companies, and how the recent influx of immigrants could put budget policy at risk
German group recalls 500,000 cars
From a structural perspective, Europe does not look appealing
Should Germany, not Greece, leave the eurozone?
Neuberger Berman's Jon Jonsson (pictured), senior portfolio manager of the $155m Global Bond Absolute Return fund explains why he has not reduced his short position in German bunds despite the recent sell-off.
Three very different ways to gain exposure
Exchange-traded product provider WisdomTree has launched the sterling hedged WisdomTree Germany Equity UCITS ETF on the London Stock Exchange.
Managers and analysts have been left struggling to find answers as a number of 2015's crowded trades begin to unwind in increasingly dramatic fashion.