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.
German five-year government debt sold at a negative yield for the first time in history on Wednesday as borrowing costs and inflation in the eurozone continue to fall.
Single investment region?
Germany has said it is willing to compromise with Greece on the terms of repaying its bailout debt.
Germany's 10-year government bond yield slipped below Japan's for the first time on record today.
Germany has fallen in to deflation for the first time in more than five years, with eurozone figures falling to the equal lowest level on record.
After strong moves in high yield over the last six years, investors would be right to re-evaluate holdings. But are there any compelling alternatives? Russell Investments' James Mitchell explores.
Andrew Lebus, Pantheon International Participations investment trust manager, explains how recent changes in China have helped create a tailwind for opportunities in the US manufacturing sector.
Europe's economy is clearly deteriorating, with the stand-off between Germany and the peripheral nations continuing to hamper attempts to reform the region.
The real estate benefits of ultra-loose monetary policy
Poor performance from European cyclicals has been at odds with improving economies, but GAM's Niall Gallagher believes forced deleveraging from hedge funds is behind the stock price weakness.
Is a crisis engulfing the eurozone’s core?
Wealth managers are adding to Europe following the market correction of the last few weeks, despite concerns remaining about the threat of deflation in the region.
Europe’s property market retains its appeal due to risk avoidance strategies
The German market has been a stellar performer for property investors this year, but it is Sweden that could be the 2015 winner, managers suggest.
The ethics of bond investing