In recent times, we have seen many UK investors turning to gilts, or government bonds, as safe haven assets while the sentiment in equities remains low.
Investors should maintain a positive long-term outlook on Japanese equities, according to some professional fund buyers, who believe attractive valuations and negative investor sentiment means there is plenty of upside potential.
Newton Investment Management funds have been adding to positions hit hard by the sell-off linked to the coronavirus, with the firm anticipating a “significant bounce back” in Chinese growth when the health crisis is brought to an end, according to CIO Curt Custard.
The 60% active share “rule-of-thumb” used to define so-called closet trackers may be too stringent, research from Fidelity’s systematic equity team suggests.
In this live blog, Investment Week collates the most up-to-date news, analysis and infographics to help readers digest the impact on asset managers as the UK starts life outside the European Union.
Marcus Brookes, chief investment officer at Schroders Personal Wealth, looks at three funds that could be considered for inclusion in a diversified investment portfolio.
Following a strong showing in 2019, we expect Asia’s fixed income markets to benefit from supportive investor sentiment as underlying economic growth in the region stabilises in 2020.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus in Milan forced the Borsa Italiana to cancel our launch event in Italy this week. While disappointing for us, we knew this was for the best.
Investors should welcome falling stockmarkets as a “chance to buy”, according to Warren Buffett, who said coronavirus fears should not affect stocks over the longer term.
Andrew Paisley has been named as Aberdeen Standard Investments’ global head of smaller companies, succeeding Harry Nimmo who will “step away from the people and commercial management responsibilities” after 27 years in the role.