Brent crude fell 10% last week
Firm has made contingency plans
Overshadowed by Trump and Brexit
Will join later this month
Co-CIOs join from Goldman Sachs
GSAM's Andrew Wilson, EMEA CEO and global co-head of fixed income, takes a closer look at reasons to be concerned about the US market.
European fund managers are continuing to hone in on Italy's 'cheap' equity market, despite the poor performance of the country's banking sector in the EU's recent stress tests and uncertainty surrounding a key referendum in October which could cause more...
Reporting to Stephen Snowden
Mis-sold loans in 2005 to 2007
Backward looking index
Managers respond to Goldmans call to 'short gold'
UCITS vehicle run by AIMS team
Goldman Sachs' David Townshend believes slowing Asian economies and many depreciating currencies in the region bode negatively for the Japanese economy.
Acronym coined by Jim O'Neill in 2001
A wave of risk aversion hit high yield bonds in Q3. Here, fund managers give their views on the sector after the sell-off and where the sweet spots now lie for investors.
Does not expect dramatic fall
Fears of OPEC oversupply
Multi-asset manager Nuttall to lead portfolio
As equity markets trade near record highs and valuations exceed historical averages, the investing environment appears to us ripe for new sources of returns. In this environment, long/short equity strategies may be well positioned to pick winners and...
Tactical trades and taper tantrum fears
Economist and creator of the term 'BRICs' Jim O'Neill is to become a Treasury minister in the new government.
As the US continues on its upward growth curve, it is natural to question how much value is left in US equities, says John Arege, managing director, US equity, at Goldman Sachs Asset Management