Number of managers with an overweight position in US equities is at net 24 per cent, global survey finds.
Ratings agency FundCalibre names five funds that should benefit if eurozone money printing boosts European markets.
Economists and fund managers note the winning Greek party has insisted it wishes to remain part of European Union.
European markets take a pause as anti-European Union party Syriza wins the Greek elections.
In spite of Draghi’s QE programme, experts warn of eurozone’s ‘fundamental weakness’.
Webb’s pronouncements, FCA steadfast, ratings agency honesty, network model doubt and ECB stimulus lead the agenda.
Analysis & Opinion
Europe is facing a difficult 2015, with economic and political issues ahead. Charlotte Richards asks fund managers where they are finding areas of...
As monetary policy cycles diverge, will the UK or US be the first to hike interest rates?
With euroscepticism on the rise in Greece, Spain and Portugal, the investment outlook for the eurozone this year will depend largely on politics
Ellie Duncan talks to Chris Iggo, Axa Investment Managers’ CIO, about a varied career that spans sell-side to buy-side businesses.
Jan 22, 2015
Mario Draghi announces large-scale money printing to boost eurozone growth and stave off deflation
Jan 22, 2015
Mario Draghi is set to unveil a bond buying programme later as the eurozone faces continuing deflationary pressures.
Jan 20, 2015
Seeding already arranged ahead of a planned second quarter launch.
ETFs & Trackers| Jan 19, 2015
Range of “factor” exchange-traded funds to invest in MSCI Europe stocks exhibiting characteristics such as value or momentum.
Jan 19, 2015
SNB’s unexpected move sparks speculation the ECB is about to embark on new monetary policy.
Jan 16, 2015
Manager suggests that advisers should move clients to avoid currency volatility.