'Silver prices more volatile than gold'
'More political unpredictability than any president'
Tail risks include US election
Raman Aylur Subramanian, head of equity applied research at MSCI, analyses the opportunities different emerging market countries have offered investors in the recent rally and how a handful of sectors have been key to the region's outperformance.
Prices could rise as high as $1,425
Three 'difficult' years
BoE action fuels demand for gilts
Parrilla joined on 8 August
Asset class has rallied this year
Our new Theresa May-led Conservative government seems to be engaged in a classic example of kitchen sink revisionism, steadily ditching a whole series of commitments made by its predecessor.
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UK funds suffer while gold shines
Investors pile into asset class post-Brexit vote
Woodford Patient Capital among losers
Follows strong period for the precious metal
As news of the UK's decision to exit the EU sunk in over the weekend, Investment Week rounds up some of the key stories for our market.
Multi-asset managers turn to passives for commodity exposure as underweight active managers get left behind
Commodities entered bull market territory
Buying gold and selling equities
Risen 20% since January lows
Gold and UK property remain most popular
Commodity-sensitive currencies also higher
Gold funds top performance charts
Investors have the opportunity to make significant returns on gold shares, many of which still have a long way to go before reaching pre-bear market levels, according to Paul Burton, mining research analyst at QuotedData.
Following the global rout in commodities in 2015, managers are rotating back to oil, mining and precious metals this year via a range of vehicles such as ETFs, investment trusts and MPLs.