Identifying resilient themes
Gold volatility, peso crash and Dow surge
Interest rate policy, Brexit 'carnage' and Poisson d'Avril: Investment Week's most read articles of 2016
Web stories with the highest clicks
Reduced regulation in financials a 'positive factor'
Tightly fought campaign
Investors waking up to the news Donald Trump has won the US Presidential Election will be feeling a sense of déjà vu. We were all here before on 24 June as markets went into freefall following the Brexit vote.
Global stockmarkets defy expectations
Retreated from larger gains
For the first time in many years, the US Election has innocent bystanders transfixed. Whether by choice or simply by association, the events of the 2016 election campaign have taken much of the world by storm.
Global markets up as FBI clears Clinton
It strikes me, as we approach the denouement of the whole sorry saga of the US Presidential Election, that global markets are still incredibly complacent, not only just about the possibility of a Donald Trump victory but also of possible post-election...
Concerns have been mounting in the run-up to the US election, particularly over Hillary Clinton's proposed clamp down on drug pricing, writes Carl Harald Janson.
Private equity and multi-asset funds should rise
Two key issues dominate the economic and investment landscape: concern that monetary policy may be at the end of the line and prospects for the US after November's presidential election, writes Daniel Murray, chief economist at EFG Asset Management.
'More political unpredictability than any president'
As the most exciting US Presidential race in decades reaches its conclusion, three fund managers from Pioneer Investments give their views on the implications for different asset classes.
Polls narrowing to just one point
'Clinton win likely to lead to a rate hike'
Draw between candidates
Trump won with 276 seats versus Clinton's 218
Candidates clash as campaign heats up
Clinton vowed to tackle drug prices