Revealed: All the winners of the 2023 UK Refinitiv Lipper Fund Awards The winners of this year’s Refinitiv Lipper Awards for the UK did not earn their success by forecasting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and filling up on energy and resources companies. Nor did they, by and large, predict the magnitude of interest rate rises. […]
Given the contrasting series of market environments investors have had to deal with over the last three years, it is quite the understatement to suggest delivering the best risk-adjusted returns has been a challenge. As such, a consistent and tried-and-tested methodology to identify such performance has been – and looks set to continue to be […]
When asked to define what makes a portfolio ESG, most investors would give a different answer. If views on ESG are so unique then ESG managers should look across different asset classes to build fully sustainable portfolios. With a team of 10 ESG analysts, Mirova choose not only to screen out companies with a negative […]
The US economy has had some headwinds year to date resulting in a slowdown in capital expenditure. Yet despite these concerns employment figures and industrial production continues to improve.
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Who is the real Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO)? The man of the people who promises to abolish the “manifest failure and corruption of neoliberal policies”, or the fiscally-responsible statesman who promises a New Deal for Mexico? The answer to this riddle may give some pointers as to the course AMLO will steer over the six years of his presidency.
Commodity prices could be pressured for several more years.
With a new year underway, here’s our five-point guide for what we believe is in store for European high yield markets in 2019:
China’s A-shares are at crisis-level valuations for an economy that is still growing faster than most places around the world. Indiscriminate stock selling by local investors on the back of trade tensions with the US have left China’s A-share market trading at less than ten times earnings compared to 16 times a year ago. Such valuations provide compelling investment opportunities for the long term.
Upon returning from our November 2017 research visit to Kuwait, we felt confident the economy was on improved footing after what had been an extended hangover from the 2008 financial crisis. However, what stopped us from getting more excited at the time was the fact many stocks had rallied hard on FTSE Russell’s announcement to move Kuwait to its Emerging Markets Index. Despite some positive meetings and witnessing companies making decent fundamental improvements, valuations appeared rich and we felt comfortable maintaining our significant country-level underweight.