With swathes of the world’s population on lockdown and economic activity on hold, Fidelity investment director Matthew Jennings assesses the likely damage to dividend payments over the coming months and outlines why selectively forsaking dividend growth...
As the spread of Covid-19 continues, the direct impact to global markets is being felt by investors all over the world. Fidelity Sustainable Water & Waste Fund manager, Bertrand Lecourt looks at the short-term outlook for equity markets and gives his longer-term views on how this will impact companies across the water and waste value chains.
Equity investors have enjoyed a period of extraordinary returns following the Global Financial Crisis. Will the bull market charge on further still? Fund Manager Paul Niven, provides an outlook on global equities.
Risk assets extended their recent sell-off as the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak spread further around the world, while investors flocked to haven assets and pushed Treasury yields to record lows. But amid the renewed volatility Fidelity Multi Asset Income Fund’s George Efstathopoulos explains where he’s finding some areas of unexpected outperformance
Flexible-credit funds have the ability to search for opportunities across the fixed-income universe. But with this freedom, how do they avoid style drift?
Whether in certain or uncertain times, well-managed funds containing potentially illiquid assets have a vital place in many investors’ portfolios
‘Change is the only constant’ has become increasingly evident for Asia as the impact of the coronavirus is felt across global financial markets. Despite these headwinds to near-term growth, Fidelity Asia Fund portfolio manager Teera Chanpongsang highlights the continued structural shifts in the region and how discipline around these fundamental drivers can reward investors at such times of volatility.
Advisers must shift their attention to the huge opportunity of wealth controlled by women – many of whom require tailored financial advice, according to panellists on Investment Week’s latest Diversity Debates series
Female wealth is rising, yet few women invest in shares and funds choosing the safe haven of cash instead
Diversity Debates: 'Why are firms still using old-fashioned recruitment processes to judge candidates?'
Investment firm recruitment processes remain ‘stuck’ in traditional methods according to panellists on Investment Week’s latest Diversity Debates series
Investment Week's Diversity Debates video series brings together a range of voices from the industry to discuss why the workforce of the future needs to change
Since the 2016 EU referendum, the UK equity market has felt like the land that time forgot. Greater clarity over Brexit and UK politics should not only spur an immediate stock market rally but also encourage a longer-lasting reappraisal of UK-listed companies.
Investment Week's Diversity Debates video series brings together voices from the industry to discuss why the workforce of the future needs to change