‘The risk/reward profile looks less compelling’
Year of the Dog didn’t woof for Chinese equities, but investors hope to piggyback more solid growth this year
Growth companies on right side of dramatic change which is often driven by tech innovation
Scope’s top small asset manager Comgest outperforms group’s top large manager Kepler-Fonds, according to Morningstar data
Industry experts debated key issues at the Expert Investor Portugal event last week including big data overreach and whether Mifid II puts European asset managers at a disadvantage. Click though the slides to see images of the event and read related article.
Recent statistics from Eurostat showed that the European Union economy expanded at its fastest rate for 10 years in 2017, registering a 2.5% increase on the year before.
After several tough years, things have been looking more positive for investors in emerging markets over the last couple of years, with the region outperforming its developed market peers in both 2016 and 2017.
Leigh Innes reveals where T. Rowe Price’s emerging market equity team finds the best structural opportunities.
There seems to be an investor consensus that EM stocks will continue to outperform both in the short and medium term. But what does that say about the absolute returns to be expected, and how should investors assess the dual threat Donald Trump and Fed rate hikes?
Investors keep going big in multi-asset funds. What’s exactly their appeal, which strategies offer most value and how can you identify them?