Constantly shifting political landscape is making it tough to predict currency movements.
Kames manager warns a ‘potentially poisonous cocktail’ could hit the German bonds this year
Situation ‘challenging’ for investors with global stocks rising, says Psigma boss.
Quantitative easing and low oil price to drive “meaningful” profit growth in Europe in 2015, according to Barry Norris.
Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has said its outlook for Greece is negative as it lowered the country’s credit rating again.
SWMC European manager says country is recovering and stocks are undervalued.
Analysis & Opinion
After a few troubled years, are there signs of life once more in Europe?
Lower cost ETFs prove irresistible to investors.
Fixed income investors can explore a friendlier Italy.
Despite political protestations, the world has fallen into the stupidities of the 1930s, and we face difficult decisions, says Russell Taylor.
From Pensions| Apr 07, 2015
UK ex-pats in Qrops schemes able to access pension after deal made last week with the Maltese regulator.
Mar 31, 2015
European Central Bank’s easing will not create solid investment opportunities, Polar Capital manager says.
Investments| Mar 26, 2015
France and Italy set to pass laws which could unfairly impact minority shareholders and their say about how companies they invest in should be...
Fixed Income| Mar 25, 2015
TwentyFour Asset Management says there will be no change to its funds or investment process as Vontobel buys 60 per cent of the business
Mar 24, 2015
The JPM Highbridge Statistical Market Neutral fund is set to merge with the recently soft-closed Europe Equity Absolute Alpha fund.
From Special Report: | Mar 23, 2015
Closed end fund structure makes it easier to borrow to invest.