As the pool of assets that appears to leave some margin for error is fast diminishing
Fixed income investors weigh up the challenge of trying to generate positive returns as duration lengthens
After a torrid nine years of losing investors money in a raging bull market, commodities could finally start to see a change in fortune.
After a decade of ultra-low interest rates and loose monetary policy, the consensus is that central banks around the world will continue to tighten their belts in 2018, so how best to tackle the shift?
The past few weeks have been somewhat of a roller-coaster ride for investors.
Shifting from export-led to domestic consumption-led models brings slower economic growth in the short-term. But this is not necessarily a bad thing for investors, writes Psigma Investment Management CIO Tom Becket
Japan is back in favour. However, many investors are unlikely to give its equities another chance, writes James Smith