After last year’s Abenomics-inspired rally we still feel there is more to play for in Japan for over the next few years.
The central bank’s influence is becoming weaker and weaker
It takes a courageous fund manager to steer their way around the chaotic environment investors have had to contend with of late.
“Net neutrality” prevents internet service providers from charging tiered prices for priority speeds and added bandwidth. Last week President Obama waded into the war, championing the traditional right of all users to equal access, which mandates that all packets of internet traffic be treated alike, regardless of source, destination or content.
Sophia Whitbread is on a mission to broaden Newton’s high reputation in international income by seeking out dividend-paying companies in regions previously regarded as unreliable sources. High on her list are Mexico and the former Soviet territory of Georgia
The strength of government bond markets has surprised many this year.
As it approaches its next phase of thematic review, the FCA has discovered that many firms’ approach to disclosure was “going into a restaurant and being asked to order without being allowed to see the menu or the price list”.
Last week Oriel Securities published its list of the top 20 investment trusts with a dividend yield in excess of 4 per cent – but how important is yield to advisers?
Psigma says the falling valuations in the Eurozone have presented it with a fantastic opportunity as most others shy away from the region’s assets.
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The Schroders pan-European equity manager on making funds his own empires and showing a flair for enterprise.
The lead manager of Somerset Emerging Markets Dividend Growth is proving his fund a worthy aspirant for the asset class’s ‘golden standard’