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Author Archives: Adam Lewis
Adam has been a freelance journalist and content editor since 2015. A journalist and editor with over 15 years experience, until 2015 he worked as editor of Fund Strategy for three years, and worked on the same title as deputy editor there seven years. Prior to this he was reporter at Investment Week.
Recovery gives UK equities a shot in the arm
Companies whose fortunes are intertwined with the easing of restrictions among the most sought after
Will the ECB remove headwinds for European funds?
As Mario Draghi suggests more monetary stimulus is likely, experts weigh up the prospects for European equities
The US equities conundrum – stick or twist?
As volatility rocks markets, is it still a good time to invest in US stocks or time to take profits and run?
UK ethical funds see platform flows surge
ETF launches boost sales of ESG products in the UK
Determining the value of low-cost ETFs
ETFs have evolved significantly in recent years but do such products have a key place in a portfolio or are issuers falling wide of the mark?
Can Europe maintain its stellar 2017?
Recent statistics from Eurostat showed that the European Union economy expanded at its fastest rate for 10 years in 2017, registering a 2.5% increase on the year before.
First State to shut global resources capability
First State Investments has announced its intention to shut down its global resources capability, which will lead to the closure of its £455m Global Resources fund, managed by Todd Warren and Tal Lomnitzer.
Fidelity poaches Amundi’s head of equities to fill Rossi role
Fidelity has hired Amundi Asset Management’s head of equities Romain Boscher to be its new global chief investment officer, equities.
What fortune will the Year of the Dog bring China?
February 16 marks the Chinese New Year, with 2018 welcoming the Year of the Dog. However, while the dog is associated with honesty, faithfulness, and a strong sense of responsibility in the Chinese zodiac, investors will be hoping for a repeat of 2017 – the Year of the Rooster – which saw the MSCI China Index return nearly 55%.