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Juliet Schooling Latter's fund picks
Despite political upheavals, the current environment of low growth and low interest rates should be broadly positive for equities in Europe.
The Brexit vote, slowing global growth and unprecedented policy measures by central bankers mean there is significant uncertainty about what the future holds at a macroeconomic level - and there is good reason for investors to remain vigilant.
David Walton, manager of the Marlborough European Multi-Cap fund, explains why the long-term commitment of a company's CEO can provide an important buy signal for investors.
Small and mid-cap companies looking attractive
Largest IA funds surpass £15bn each
A Greek tragedy and metaphorical fireworks in China have provided rich material for headline writers so far this year. Meanwhile in the UK, the economy is continuing to strengthen and companies are operating in an environment of little or no inflation,...
A market for stockpickers
Twenty years of successes and failures for the junior market
Fund managers give their views on the key issues impacting global asset classes and outline how they are positioning portfolios.
Hannah Smith takes a closer look at recent launches in the micro-cap space, and how wealth managers are using these strategies to diversify their portfolios.
Nigel Beidas, co-manager of the Marlborough Extra Income fund, takes a closer look at headwinds and tailwinds for UK companies.
How defensively are European funds positioned?
Marlborough's Richard Hallett has pointed to retailers ASOS and Tesco, two of the worst performing UK-listed stocks this year, as potential turnaround stories.
A raft of pulled IPOs in October point to a more rational environment for new listings, managers suggest.
The micro-stock home bias
Marlborough's European manager David Walton highlights the niche German companies which can buck the growth slowdown in Europe - as well as the mid-caps that could speed ahead.