Among the headlines about the global markets, you cannot fail to notice the supposed Doomsday scenarios being painted for the world's equity and bond markets.
Hedge fund closures have outpaced launches over three years
Comment by Janet Mui
Beware new 'norms'
Case of two advisers
Greater support is a 'no-brainer'
Investing in new systems crucial
Before the Italian President Sergio Mattarella rejected the proposed eurosceptic finance minister Paolo Savona, many market commentators were saying that a yield of 2.5% for 10-year Italian sovereign bonds is a key level for the European Central Bank...
Last Friday saw a number of China's A-shares included in MSCI's global and regional indices for the first time, writes Martin Gilbert, co-chief executive of Aberdeen Standard Investments.
Executive compensation under the spotlight
While the value of Bitcoin has dropped significantly since the start of the year, the overall market continues to grow, writes Matthew Morris, director at Carr Consulting & Communications.
Investors have shunned UK stocks ever since the country voted to leave the European Union, with more than £1.8bn flowing from the Investment Association's UK All Companies sector in 2017 alone, writes River & Mercantile's Hugh Sergeant.
The multi-manager structure as we know it today - free of capital gains tax (CGT) for the buying and selling of funds within the wrapper and free of VAT - is 50 years old next year.
Insight into the UK Information Commissioner
In recent months we have been buying 0-5 year US inflation-linked bonds (TIPS) as a defensive move to get exposure to the US dollar, writes MitonOptimal's Peter Geikie-Cobb.
Assessing the country's ability to develop AI
Early this summer, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is due to publish a revised version of the UK Corporate Governance Code, which is expected to include new guidance affecting the composition of boards and shareholder voting practices.
10-year Treasury yield passes 3%
Including a 'future us' in decision-making
The theme of disruption is one which excites considerable interest among investors, perhaps because many want to capitalise on 'the next big thing' and avoid disrupted companies and sectors.
Dan Carter, manager of the Jupiter Japan Income fund, argues that while Japan will no doubt be affected by a possible US-China trade war, the factors that make Japan an investment opportunity are largely disconnected to the actions of Donald Trump and...