The search for yield is becoming riskier as central banks edge ever closer to normalising interest rates, Rathbones’ David Coombs explains how he is navigating the market.
Governments and central banks have done a reasonably decent job of dealing with some of the structural issues that have been impeding growth
I cannot speak Portuguese, nor am I an expert in body language, but Paulo Bento, the team manager, looked embattled in the numerous television interviews he gave after the game. A few days later he announced his resignation.
The No campaign has been relying heavily on what is known in psychological terms as loss aversion: we tend to suffer more from losses than we take pleasures from gains, so that in general we tend to be rather risk averse and change averse.
So ends the longest period of coordinated global monetary easing in history. The question for investors therefore is what implications does this have for markets, and how do I profit from this environment?
The case for having a Global Equity Income sector is surely obvious: it offers a broader investment universe than UK Equity Income. But some high-flying funds have only a 10% allocation to countries outside Europe, the US and the UK. James Smith investigates why so many steer clear of emerging markets
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”.
The next phase of Barclays’ evolution will see it building its own platform technology with FNZ
Woodford cites danger of more regulatory penalties but others see positives for the bank.
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Supporting the underdog, going against the crowd and playing a long game are the keys to success for the M&G Recovery fund’s manager
Hooked on investment at 13, the Artemis Global Income fund manager revels in the competitiveness of the ‘game’