First fine received
Runs £6.5% Global Dividend fund
Carmignac's Saint-Georges on managing 'unknown risks'
Majedie UK Income among leavers
The transition to a Trump presidency this month, for all its Sturm und Drang, marks several important and bullish transitions for stockmarket investors. Expectations are high, but these trends could lead to an extended favourable climate for US equity...
In this second of a special three-part Big Question, managers tell Investment Week that investors need to keep a more vigilant and realistic eye on the economy now that Donald Trump has begun his first term as US President.
Fund managers share their views
World Economic Forum calls for 'fundamental reform' to capitalism as populism enters top global risks
'Increasing polarisation of societies'
Impact of Brexit and Trump
Portfolio maintains longer-term outperformance
'Political uncertainty significantly exacerbated'
Weekly losses exceed $1trn for second time in 20 years
Also linked to US treasury secretary role
EM indices at four-month lows
'Shock Trump victory would lead to discounts widening'
Trump's 'reflationary trades'
Shows Brexit was not a "freak" event.
Could benefit oil and gold
Investors waking up to the news Donald Trump has won the US Presidential Election will be feeling a sense of déjà vu. We were all here before on 24 June as markets went into freefall following the Brexit vote.
Global stockmarkets defy expectations