Over the past quarter, infrastructure globally has endured some highs and lows, with the US, in particular, surging ahead and buoyed by strong economic growth while Europe has faced a series of challenges.
Celebrating boutique and passive investing
The US Treasury market has traded within its narrowest range for 40 years.
Winners announced on 21 November
Where UK managers stand
Commitment from government
Top nine trends to focus on
This year has seen the return of market volatility, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX, the 'Fear Index') having averaged 16 for the year so far.
We have reached an inflection point this year where, after several years of extreme liquidity, we are now heading toward monetary policy normalisation.
Cryptocurrencies, specifically Bitcoin, have been a hot topic among the retail and professional investment community in the US.
Annual impact report
'Wobbling risk appetite'
With volatility returning to markets and inflation on the rise, can newer asset classes offer more protection for investor wealth?
Focus on alternative sector
The rise of big data in industrial and environmental end markets is essentially the coming together of two separate technology developments.
Rise of ESG in fund screening
2017 was a bad year to invest in a new structured product. In an ideal world (where volatility is high and markets have fallen), new structured products can deliver higher potential returns and lower market entry points.
Investors have long had a love/hate relationship with technology stocks - and for good reason.
Enormous gains since listing
Market's reputation is being rebuilt
Turbulent start to the year
Nicolas Ziegelasch, head of equity research at Killik & Co, explains how investors can take advantage of the growing popularity of electric cars.
Nationalisation debate a key issue
The popularity of the climate and environment space has grown exponentially in recent years, with investors increasingly recognising the multiple drivers supporting this long-term megatrend.