Geopolitical impact on global markets
The US Treasury market has traded within its narrowest range for 40 years.
Trade war tensions a distraction
Two scenarios outlined
ESG built into decision making
The US economy continues to be in very good shape. This was the message delivered by the Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the end of August: he sees a robust US economy and positive momentum, expecting the strong performance to continue.
Despite being considered expensive by some investors, the US equity market remains, for seasoned stockpickers, one of the most interesting places in the world to invest.
While many managers have been fighting the trend, it is difficult to ignore the continued outperformance of the US.
Where to find good value across the pond
One more in 2018
'Three cycles are colliding'
INDUSTRY VOICE: Risk is rising late in the cycle. How should investors respond?
Trading at $80.1 a barrel
Trade wars continue to dominate headlines. It is often the explanation behind any sell-off.
'This is not going to end well': Buyers warn bonds will not be safe haven of the past in next market correction
Concern over impact QE ending and low yields
Explaining the strength of the dollar
How to avoid a repeat of 2008
Lehmans 10th anniversary: How important has quantitative easing been to asset prices and what happens next?
Assessing central banks since Lehmans' collapse
Four-part Big Question special
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) governs the trading relationship between the US, Canada and Mexico.
Most market commentators believe that the valuation of a growth stock reflects the likely future growth rate of the company. Stocks trading at above average earnings multiples are expected to grow at above average rates.