September 2017 lows
Interest rates held
QE expected to finish at year end
Traditionally a signal of recession
'Hungry investors' coming back in
It has been a difficult year for global equities, with volatility caused by factors such as concern about trade wars leaving many of the world's stock markets in retreat.
De-risks in favour of US Treasuries
US Fed chairman, Jerome Powell, recently described the conventional approach to setting US interest rates as "navigating by the stars".
Sterling also rallying
Will no longer be published from 2021
Avoiding mis-timed rate hike
OCF of 0.50%
Negative sentiment towards UK equities is here to stay, yet the recent market weakness has created some relief for mid-cap stocks: FTSE 250 price to earnings are now closer to the lows of June 2016, despite maintaining a free cashflow margin of 7.44%,...
One more in 2018
PARTNER INSIGHT: Jonathan Platt, Head of Fixed Income at Royal London Asset Management, discusses why in a low interest rate environment fixed income is still suitable as the 'defensive ballast' of a multi-asset portfolio
Eight-week high against US dollar
Global equity markets are closing in on the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis.
McNeill joined in 2006
On back of plummeting currency