The latest on the UK's life outside the EU
What lies ahead in 2020? Will the US economy tip into recession or accelerate? Will Brexit make or break the UK and its erstwhile partners in Europe?
Asian equity markets have underperformed developed markets since around the taper tantrum in 2013, driven partly by monetary policy and tax cuts in the US and partly by investors’ caution on Asia.
As we think about 2020, the biggest concern in emerging markets (EM) revolves around the contagion risks linked to US-China trade negotiations and possible knock-on effects of a divisive US election year.
What investors need to add to their checklists for the next 10 years
Key themes to generate much-needed growth
Which will evolve and which will wither?
As multi-asset managers, we have historically been overweight to corporate bonds and specifically the financial sector ever since the Global Financial Crisis.
Industry's role in improving the world more vital now than ever
Why monetary policy has failed so far
All eyes on the ECB
But opportunity to be found outside of the traditional
On cusp of 'radically new chapter'
It is a nightmare writing an investment piece about the UK.
Annual UK adviser survey
The world’s economies are at different stages in the business cycle.
Hamish Baillie points to Brexit and election
Easing trade tensions and growing corporate earnings behind improved metrics
Looking beyond trade wars and Brexit
Potential for gilt sales increasing
Past the RMB7 per dollar mark
Anticipated downturns should not weigh on long-term decisions
China capable of 'mitigating impacts of broader dispute'
Investment Conundrums: Aegon's Van den Heuvel on why 'Janus-faced' economic outlook means equity upside is limited
Having a diversified portfolio could soften blows in volatile market