Ten years of booming growth pushed global assets under management in high yield bond ETFs past $51bn (€42.6bn) in 2016, but are the apparent diversification benefits everything they’re cracked up to be?
Franklin Templeton has introduced a range of smart beta ETFs to European investors, with four strategies to be launched on the London Stock Exchange on Friday.
More than a quarter of businesses are struggling to prepare for Mifid II ahead of the January 2018 deadline, a new survey from communications firm Teleware has found.
A US warning that North Korea’s use of nuclear weapons would spark a “massive military response” saw sales of physical gold soar to the highest level since Brexit on Monday morning.
The time has come to offer investors a fairer deal and drop fixed fees for performance-based charging, Morningstar’s head of global manager research Jeffrey Ptak has said.
The UK was the only region in the world to see dividends fall in Q2 according to the latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index.
The last 10 years have seen ETF products grow from pre-teens to fully fledged adults, even dabbling with drugs along the way. 7IM’s passive expert and senior investment manager Peter Sleep looks back at the biggest trends.
The drastic fall across global markets following president Donald Trump’s threats against North Korea are a sign of how pronounced downturns can be from lofty market highs, Rowan Dartington’s Guy Stephens says.
You often hear the old adage “it’s different this time”, but 10 years on from the start of the global financial crisis, are we actually at risk of repeating the same mistakes?
A European watchdog has urged a crackdown on investment firms setting up ‘letter box’ entities across the continent in the wake of the Brexit vote.