Asset class correlation still remains close to average
Additional £2bn for Brexit preparations
Managed by Dan Whitestone and team
Market anticipates a May hike
Responsible for driving growth
Follows rebound in the region
At T. Rowe Price, we believe the European economy is enjoying strong fundamentals. Growth should continue in 2018, providing support for both equity and bond markets. But given lingering political risks, potentially tighter monetary policy and elevated...
After an exuberant 2017 for the markets, can they rise further? Lyxor ETF shares five themes which could move markets in 2017.
PARTNER INSIGHT: In the final part of this series, Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) equities trio Richard Marwood, Henry Lowson and Martin Cholwill discuss the future of UK equities.
Shopping habits evolving online
JOHCM's Lambden: We want to ensure performance fees remain credible in the eyes of the FCA and clients
'We are going to be an increasingly regulated industry'
Savings rate hits record low
Launches in Europe on 16 June
Many indicators say it is 'time to start selling'
Fell 21.5% to $18.05
Juliet Schooling Latter's fund picks
'Losing trust' in globalisation
The investment approach of five managers
Edward Smith, asset allocation strategist at Rathbones, takes a closer look at the winners and losers from the UK's decision to leave the EU.
Also swaps references to FTSE index
The US economy added 142,000 jobs in August, well under the forecast 230,000 figure, according to latest figures which have prompted a fresh rally in US treasuries.
UK think-tank NIESR has revised down its growth forecast for the UK next year, despite a strong third quarter which has seen the economy emerge from recession.