The emergency airdrop of fiscal and monetary support provided to fight back in the battle against the coronavirus impact on the global economy continues to prevent further dives in world markets.
Fund managers remain confident banks’ capital buffers will ensure they sail through the coronavirus crisis relatively unscathed, after dividend cancellations rocked share prices on Wednesday.
Data centres emerged as one of the cornerstones of modern technology infrastructure subsequent to rising demand for online services and cloud computing solutions.
Emerging markets specialist Somerset Capital Management has added to its Small Mid Cap EM All Country fund’’s management team with the promotion of Christopher White, Investment Week has learned.
Following another year in which U.S. growth stocks have extended their unusual cycle of outperformance over U.S. value stocks in terms of both duration and magnitude, investors may be wondering if something has radically changed. Historically, over long periods of time, value stocks have outperformed growth stocks by a substantial margin. However, that has not[…]
Shorting of UK stocks rocketed in March as the global coronavirus pandemic caused widespread market uncertainty, according to analysis.
Given the heightened volatility environment – with a series of multi-sigma in credit spreads spikes since the end of February – the decisions we take over the next three months are likely to disproportionately influence our returns for the next three years.
The coronavirus sell-off has opened up an opportunity for investors to snap up stocks deemed by many to be too expensive just months ago at cheaper prices, according to Peter Hargreaves.
The US labour market will be key to the pace and shape of the recovery from what will be the deepest recession in recent memory, according to analysts.
Nick Clay, Andrew MacKirdy and Newton Investment Management colleagues responsible for the BNY Mellon Global Income fund are set to join RWC Partners.