F&C's head of UK equities Peter Lees is urging investors not to sell their UK holdings if this week's Government Spending Review is more negative than expected, as he says UK stocks are "not a UK story".
Janus Capital has launched a US large-cap growth fund based on a mandate which has been in existence for American investors for 40 years.
Newton Real Return manager Iain Stewart talks to Asset TV's Mark Colegate about large caps and hedges to protect the portfolio
Multi-asset manager John Husselbee warns disappointing GDP figures from the US could trigger a dip in equity markets and says he will once again be turning to hedging techniques to protect his portfolios.
As we move further away from the financial meltdown in the autumn of 2008, investors are once again focused on investment returns, leading to the consideration of higher alpha approaches to global equity investing.
Firms with overseas earnings exposure are key in uncertain UK.
Fifth Third Asset Management president and CIO Keith Wirtz believes the US capital markets will enjoy a late rally following the mid-term elections in November.
Legg Mason's Mary Chris Gay believes US large caps will be the best performers this year after being undervalued by sceptical markets.
The different criteria and methods used in determining suitability of investments have evolved over time and vary significantly across SRI products
Legg Mason Equity Japan manager expects trend favouring domestic-oriented small-cap growth to continue
There has been a recent resurgence in demand for closed-ended funds such as investment trusts as they are ideally structured for investment away from the mainstream
In a post-RDR investment world, exposure to index funds looks likely to expand, increasing competition in this space