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Jul 23, 2014

Share prices outpacing fundamentals – Koesterich

BlackRock’s chief investment strategist points to lack of earnings growth for reason behind European pullback.

Discretionary Management| Jul 22, 2014

Psigma’s Becket slashes European equity exposure

Tom Becket reduces “extreme” European equity weightings as he gives up on the “hope trade”.

Jul 22, 2014

‘European recovery depends on US’

Equity manager Julien Bernier says Europe’s recovery is ‘in the hands’ of the Fed.

Equities| Jul 22, 2014

Henderson managers slash holding in BNP

Henderson Global Equity Income fund managers cut holding in fined bank.

Multi-Manager Funds| Jul 21, 2014

Vaughan ups Asia and emerging markets weighting

Atlas manager has reduced ‘aggressive’ overweight to developed market equities.

From Your Industry| Jul 21, 2014

European Wealth appoints new financial controller

New recruit Suggett was previously a manager in Grant Thornton’s capital markets team.

Analysis & Opinion

From Special Report: Mid-Year Review - July 2014| Jul 07, 2014

ECB measures are not a panacea

The impact of the ECB’s rate cut and targeted longer term refinancing operations may be limited.

ETFs & Trackers| Jun 30, 2014

Trackers trump active funds for consistency

There is more than just performance to consider when looking at index tracking funds.

Insight: Europe excluding UK

Jun 23, 2014

Insight: Europe excluding UK

Europe as a whole has been on a better run in recent months, but how have funds without a UK exposure fared? Charlotte Richards analyses the sector...

From Special Report: Summer Investment Monitor - June 2014| Jun 16, 2014

Emerging markets go to the polls

2014 is the year of the election in most of the emerging markets as well as delivering interesting results in Europe.

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Special Reports

EU Economy - May 2014

Continuing, albeit slow growth in the continent combined with improving sentiment has put Europe back on the radar for investors.

Special Reports

Europe - May 2014

Investors are looking to the EU for its response to threat of deflation.

Growth in Exchange-Traded Funds - April 2014

Passive investing is nothing new, and exchange traded products (ETPs) are just one part of the asset class – but they are certainly a growing part.

Recent Articles
  1. ‘Frustrating’ year for quality stocks
    Equities| Jul 18, 2014

    ‘Frustrating’ year for quality stocks

    Montanaro suffers as value and recovery stocks beat quality growth companies.

  2. Marlborough funds undergo multi-cap rebrand
    Equities| Jul 17, 2014

    Marlborough funds undergo multi-cap rebrand

    The Marlborough European Trust and Marlborough North American Trust are to be renamed.

  3. Market View: A temporary affair
    Jul 16, 2014

    Market View: A temporary affair

    European Central Bank should only buy risk until market becomes normalised.

  4. Draghi’s desperate bid to prop up euro
    Economic Indicators| Jul 15, 2014

    Draghi’s desperate bid to prop up euro

    Experts predict Europe will be stuck with low growth and possible deflation for some time.

  5. Franklin Templeton’s Clements exits following inflow curbs
    Jul 14, 2014

    Franklin Templeton’s Clements exits following inflow curbs

    Giant Franklin European Growth fund manager heads for exit days after the group said it was soft-closing fund.

  6. IMF warns Spain needs further reform to support recovery
    Economic Indicators| Jul 11, 2014

    IMF warns Spain needs further reform to support recovery

    Organisation notes that while growth has resumed unemployment remains “unacceptably high”.

  7. European markets steady in spite of Portuguese woes
    Equities| Jul 11, 2014

    European markets steady in spite of Portuguese woes

    Stockmarkets remain stable in early trading, in spite of the FCA issuing a temporary short-selling ban on Banco Espírito Santo shares.

  8. BNP Paribas shares recover after US settlement
    From Regulation| Jul 01, 2014

    BNP Paribas shares recover after US settlement

    French bank boss says BNP Paribas “will once again post solid results this quarter”.

  9. Short selling banned in Banco Espirito Santo
    Jul 01, 2014

    Short selling banned in Banco Espirito Santo

    CMVM says its ban will be lifted at the end of Tuesday.

  10. Aberdeen has 14th month of negative flows
    Economic Indicators| Jun 30, 2014

    Aberdeen has 14th month of negative flows

    Open-end funds continued to attract investors in May, Morningstar says.

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