Underweight GBP and EUR
It has been hard to comprehend negative yields in Germany, let alone Greece.
Beginning of trade wars could trigger a strong headwind
Run by Michael Weidner and Daniel Herdt
We meet management teams from companies across Europe and they continue to report a positive trading environment.
'Round of 16’ and quarter-finals
Eurozone inflation eased back to a rate of just 1.1% in February. As in the US, there is some indication of a modest pick-up in wage growth, and this has in the past been closely associated with the rate of inflation in the service sector.
Move to boost inflation
The German market has been a stellar performer for property investors this year, but it is Sweden that could be the 2015 winner, managers suggest.
Baillie Gifford's James Anderson has bought into the Italian stock market for the first time in years, claiming Italy is in a better financial position than the UK.
The UK fund management industry faces complete transformation if the financial transaction tax - or Tobin tax - is implemented, commentators have warned.
Yields on Swedish government bonds have dropped to their lowest ever levels relative to Germany today as investors flee traditional safe havens amid the eurozone panic.
Swedish business publication Affärsvärlden has kicked off its annual investment competition by asking Signe, a basset hound, to pick her favourite funds.
ARE THE NORDICS A SAFE HAVEN?
Strong outperformance due to limited demand leads Finlayson to cash in holdings
Newly appointed CEO Nils Bolmstrand tells Caroline Allen how he aims to sharpen and develop the role of Skandia Investment Group
After a strong performance from most equity markets since the lows of March 2009, it is reasonable to expect a degree of consolidation in the short term.