From a structural perspective, Europe does not look appealing
Equity markets across the globe were punished this week as fresh fears about a slowdown in China spooked investors.
Despite concerns in Greece, David Lambert, senior portfolio manager - European equities at RBC Global Asset Management, says key macro data from European companies has remained resilient
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John Redwood, chairman of the investment committee at Charles Stanley, takes a closer look at some areas of concern for investors.
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Though often seen as less diversified than larger corporates, small-caps are coming up trumps as Europe's recovery continues, explains Antoine Lesne, head of ETF sales strategy EMEA at State Street Global Advisors
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Greece has finally reached a bailout deal with its lenders after 23 hours of talks, which will see a further €85bn package handed to the struggling country.
Paul Niven, manager of the Foreign & Colonial investment trust, explains how beyond the near-term volatility and fears about navigating future interest rate rises, global equities are actually expected to excel.
The Greek market has dropped 23% this morning as it reopened after a five week shutdown, implemented while the country battled to remain in the eurozone.
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Market turmoil in China will prove a greater problem for European equity managers than the ongoing travails of eurozone member Greece, according to Argonaut Capital's Olly Russ.
Turning point for monetary policy
David Urch, lead manager of the TB Garraway UK Equity Market fund, says investors should not be so complacent when it comes to global crises and the potential impact they can have on UK companies.
Multi-asset managers have started reinvesting their high cash positions, with many topping up European exposure as Greece finally reaches a new deal with its creditors.
The fallout from the latest deal to keep Greece in the eurozone means it is now "far more likely" the UK will vote to leave the EU in the 2017 referendum, according to Société Générale strategist Albert Edwards.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi has joined the ranks of policymakers calling for Greece to be given debt relief as the central bank extends its liquidity lifeline to the country's banks.
Invesco Perpetual's fixed income team have said the sector faces "strong headwinds" for some time as summer volatility returns, and markets anticipate interest rate hikes.
Greek banks could open for the first time in weeks as the nation's parliament passed through the fresh austerity measures required to secure a €86bn bailout package from the eurozone.
Chris Iggo (pictured), CIO fixed income at AXA Investment Managers, discusses the main issues for fixed income investors as Greece reaches a deal with its creditors.
The FTSE 100 has bounced at the open after all-night talks over a new rescue package for Greece eventually yielded a deal.
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