Who are the least and most prepared for a market correction?
With the global selloff shaking markets over the past week, Expert Investor data suggests that it was the Spanish and the Italians that might be the least prepared for a potential market correction, and the Danish could be the most ready.
Iberian and Luxembourg selectors keen to buy rather than sell
Spanish, Portuguese, and Luxembourg fund selectors are looking to expand their holdings of a large range of assets over the next 12 months and only intend to sell a few, mostly in the fixed income sector, according to Expert Investor research.
European fund demand for equities expected to peak in 2018
European asset managers’ appetite for equities is at its highest since March 2015 with the majority of fund managers responding to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s latest fund manager survey reporting an overweight allocation despite seeing the asset class as expensive.
ANALYSIS: Should investors buy the Catalonia dip?
Dips to buy on have become ever scarcer in the QE-led era. Does the big performance gap between Spanish and other European equities, that has emerged thanks to the political turmoil in Catalonia, present investors with a great opportunity now?
Fund manager transparency is vital, says Marta Campello
Above everything else, Marta Campello of the Spanish wealth manager Abante Asesores wants fund managers to be transparent. And if they are, that could make the difference between being ditched and being given a second chance.