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Investments| Oct 23, 2014

Fund Buyer View: The importance of value

It is not implausible for a credible stress test to lead to a re-rating of the banking sector.

Oct 23, 2014

S&P warns German stimulus not enough to boost the eurozone

Research reveals while the effects of a German reflationary package would be “not insignificant” the overall boost to the region would be modest.

Fixed Income| Oct 20, 2014

GLG duo favours Europe financials

Mawby and Li rotate from US and emerging market debt to Europe and UK financials.

Oct 16, 2014

Fidelity warns European equities at risk

European companies holding cash could make market similar to Japanese during deflationary spell, according to Fidelity’s Dominic Rossi.

Equities| Oct 15, 2014

Henderson’s Europe star Richard Pease joins new firm

Pease, one of the most respected European equity fund managers in the UK, is leaving to join a new fund house.

Oct 14, 2014

LGIM appoints head of EMEA retail distribution

Legal and General Investment Management focus on retail distribution with new hire.

Analysis & Opinion

From Special Report: Multi-Asset Investing - October 2014| Oct 06, 2014

ECB takes a gamble with ‘credit easing’

Investors should take note of the European Central Bank’s actions.

From Special Report: Equity Income - September 2014| Sep 23, 2014

The European income story

Dividends remain the key driver of total return from equities post crisis.

From Special Report: Autumn Investment Monitor - September 2014| Sep 15, 2014

Market trends

What themes are currently playing out in the markets

From Special Report: Autumn Investment Monitor - September 2014| Sep 15, 2014

Who’s dragging whom?

Europe’s economic divide has grown.

Recent Articles
  1. S&W’s Rosengarten to focus on core areas
    Investments| Oct 14, 2014

    S&W’s Rosengarten to focus on core areas

    New head is confident group will be a ‘credible force within the asset management industry’.

  2. Market View: Will markets call ECB’s bluff?
    Investments| Oct 10, 2014

    Market View: Will markets call ECB’s bluff?

    The central bank’s bond-buying scheme has come as a huge disappointment to the markets.

  3. Henderson’s Beckett ups peripheral exposure
    Investment Trusts| Oct 10, 2014

    Henderson’s Beckett ups peripheral exposure

    Henderson manager has added Italian and Spanish investments to his portfolio.

  4. Swip’s Webb ramps up defensive positions
    Fixed Income| Oct 09, 2014

    Swip’s Webb ramps up defensive positions

    Strategic Bond fund manager fears market correction could be just over the horizon.

  5. OMGI hires former Ignis manager Ormiston
    Equities| Oct 06, 2014

    OMGI hires former Ignis manager Ormiston

    Group hires Ian Ormiston to spearhead European Smaller Companies fund launch.

  6. Lack of clarity from Draghi disappoints
    Investments| Oct 02, 2014

    Lack of clarity from Draghi disappoints

    Central banker stops short of confirming the amount of bonds he will buy as part of stimulus measures.

  7. Draghi outlines details of bond-buying programme
    Oct 02, 2014

    Draghi outlines details of bond-buying programme

    European Central Bank president says purchases will start immediately.

  8. S&P issues warning over nationalist party AfD’s success
    Economic Indicators| Sep 30, 2014

    S&P issues warning over nationalist party AfD’s success

    Agency fears Germany’s anti-euro party will have a detrimental effect on the region’s economy.

  9. Euro slumps as eurozone inflation falls to 0.3 per cent
    Economic Indicators| Sep 30, 2014

    Euro slumps as eurozone inflation falls to 0.3 per cent

    Energy prices continue to drag on inflation as the eurozone edges closer to deflation.

  10. Family firms likely to outperform the market
    Equities| Sep 19, 2014

    Family firms likely to outperform the market

    Study from by Madrid’s IE Business School shows companies under family control outperform their counterparts across Europe and the UK.

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