'Markets will need to get used to this'
Unlisted firms should be given access, manager urges
Going against the grain
Which areas can make a difference?
Fed moves, polarised politics and a "tech cold war"
Technology must cut administrative burden
Can British companies still prosper after Brexit?
Political and structural changes abound
US equities began 2019 with a welcome respite, reversing course from their downward spiral in December 2018.
Despite some emerging evidence that Europe's economic prospects may be stabilising, the direction of the region's equity markets remains determined by extraneous factors, notably the progress of ongoing US-China trade negotiations.
Gearing up for innovation
Experts fear 'tit-for-tat tariffs' could spark financial slump
Long live robo-advice
Which companies are on the list?
Small-cap firms could provide big results for investors
Industry Voice: Ivo Weinöhrl, Pictet Asset Management, provides insights on the investment opportunities that exist within an urban environment.
Japanese stocks have more than doubled their returns since December 2012, on the back of Abenomics, but many investors are still not convinced of the sustainability of the rally.
Follows UK investors' heavy weighting towards UK assets
The UK economy continues to grow. However, ongoing wrangling over our exit from Europe and broader domestic political uncertainty has seen growth expectations reduced to a rather uninspiring 1.2% in 2019, according to official forecasters.
Slated for 2020 launch
The rhetoric over the US-China trade war has again increased, triggering the biggest fall in US stock prices since January.
'Three-letter debt instruments' attractive diversifiers
Launched in April
Changes come into effect on 28 May