Three arrows held together cannot be broken, according to a Japanese folk tale. That is the inspiration behind ‘Abenomics’, Shinzo Abe’s radical three-pronged reform policyfor the country’s economy. A year on from its launch, how well is the policy working?
Growth in the emerging world as a whole is slowing down and some countries are suffering from substantial economic weaknesses
EU regulation on indices will limit the options for investment managers
New rules on how platforms are paid for bring clarity to the issue of charging and will allow investment companies to compete on merit rather than payments
This month we ask multi-managers what is their outlook for Europe, taking into account the progress made and the challenges the eurozone still faces?
The recent success of David Hambidge’s multi-asset team at Premier is in large part due to bypassing the sectors that other investors have crowded into
Japan is undeniably a vital and large market in the world economy but for investors it remains in many ways a frustrating enigma
A bank-invested structured product launched in 2008 matured at a loss. Would direct investment have fared better?
”We are now five years-plus post-Lehman and a lot of people are already forgetting the lessons”
Most managers have cut their holdings, gone in for the long-haul and are cautious over China and India. Not Peter Saacke at Artemis. He has expanded his Global Growth fund, sells half of his companies within six months and likes to root for the underdog
Equity boutique SW Mitchell Capital’s high-conviction investment approach and outsourcing of its administration function enables staff to focus on what they do best – running money