The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 triggered the onset of the global financial crisis, its scale taking almost everyone by surprise. What lessons have fund selectors learnt from its devastating impact, nine years on?
It has now been almost two years since we last saw equity or credit markets fall by more than 5%. Investors are sanguine markets will continue their relentless rally for the time being.
The improving economic outlook in the euro area has prompted the European Central Bank to consider reining in its monetary stimulus. How should investors respond to the prospect of monetary tightening in Europe?
The MSCI World has recently hit a record high. For Leif Hasager, CIO of the Danish wealth manager Formuepleje, this hasn’t been a sign to take profits. In this video interview, he explains why.
Leif Hasager is an outright equity bull. But does that mean he believes a market correction is not on the cards this year?