8th May 2013
The pulse of the emerging economies has slowed on the back of disappointing results so where did it go wrong and can they win back investors’ hearts?
1st May 2013
Financial analysts love to compare market events with animals so perhaps investors can hope the economies of Chile, Peru and Colombia will emulate the attributes of local hero the llama, natural climbers who can reach extreme heights.
24th April 2013
Digital technology is an integral part of daily lives but fund managers seem to be fighting shy of the revolution at a time when investor portfolios should be bolstered by businesses which are embracing the future
17th April 2013
Schroders has landed the real prize of Cazenove’s private client business but is the mega-deal a sign of renewed fund management confidence or merely a fortification against new waves of regulation and growing pressure on fees? Cherry Reynard reports
8th April 2013
Helen Burnett-Nichols on how investors realise that smaller companies have key advantages in terms of manoeuvrability and growth potential and with risk appetite improving and cheap credit available, the small caps arena is flourishing.
1st April 2013
Chancellor George Osborne’s major Budget surprise was the £5bn injection into the housing market but his tacit acknowledgement that he was not going to chase down deficit and debt targets will not inspire confidence in growth.
3rd Dec 2012
With countries around the globe looking to slash budget deficits and defence spending in the firing line, fund managers seek out the best stocks.
15th Oct 2012
17th Sep 2012
The great engine of world growth has malfunctioned. Just 12 months ago, China’s biggest problem seemed to be excessive growth; now, its weakening economic statistics have financial markets nervous.