Sentiment towards European equities has been on the rise this year.
Less constrained by global macro risk
Brexit talks have started
Explaining the result of the General Election
Election resulted in hung parliament
'Potential second referendum'
Concerns of a hung parliament
Aberdeen economist shares their view
Differing results depending on election outcome
Comments ahead of the General Election
Paul Jackson, head of research at Source, looks at how the changing political landscape has helped Europe - while hurting the UK, US and Brazil.
Surveyed in recent weeks
Markets rebound despite talk of impeachment in Brazil and the US
UK equity income continues to look relatively attractive in a world of low interest rates and low bond yields.
Davan Byrne, fund manager at Davy Asset Management, outlines the factors he believes are contributing to the lowest market volatility levels in two decades.
Targetting companies with 'pricing power'
'Put the financial wellbeing of the nation first!'
'UK elections offer little scope for a shock'
It may seem strange to consider emerging markets a potential safe haven, but arguably that is now the view of many of those looking to mitigate the political uncertainties in Europe and the US.
Political and market volatility in weeks ahead