History tells us that US elections are all about the economy. For a nation priding itself on economic dominance on the international stage, this makes sense.
Diversification, dispersion and harnessing volatility
As multi-asset investors focused on income generation, we do not think going against global central banks is prudent, and until we see a meaningful turnaround in economic data, our preference for adding to risk is likely to remain for debt over equity...
Managers must perform well in boom and bust environments
Profits fall but AUM proves resilient
Is the worst really behind us?
Investors prepare for potential Biden presidency
Sudden shifts in investor perception could threaten markets, IMF warns
Over half bought from BlackRock
How clean tech is gaining ground across the pond
Concerns over Facebook and Google behind move
Managed by Lohmeier, Cho and Bailey
Replicating MSCI ESG indices
Harrington Cooper's asset allocation tracker
S&P 500 showing signs of a comeback despite crisis
Will address Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs
$500bn in 'worst-case scenario'
In partnership with Kepler Liquid Strategies
U-shaped economic recovery likely
Why examining markets is critical to navigating economic damage
Will lead to £1.6bn enterprise in US
Macro events fuel energy debate
Is a more balanced market around the corner?
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