Comments by US Fed Reserve chief Yellen on early rate rise may have spooked markets.
US economy latest to suffer productivity slump as it has reported a 1.9 per cent fall in productivity in the US in the first three months of 2015.
Tim Day and Chris Ford join to run US and global mandates as Focke retires and Royle moves to private client business.
A few small-cap firms are a ‘touch overvalued’, says Biotech Trust manager
Gary Robinson will continue on group’s American fund and be joined by Helen Xiong.
North American managers sell overvalued stocks that have been driven up in price by hunt for income.
Analysis & Opinion
Nick Hayes’s tells Ellie Duncan about the thinking behind the Axa Global Strategic Bonds fund.
Lower cost ETFs prove irresistible to investors.
Income investors may want to consider the macroeconomic backdrop.
Good value emerging market stocks are still an attractive option.
Economic Indicators| Apr 30, 2015
Even as the developed world slips towards deflation, experts warn of the potential for higher inflation as price rises loom on the horizon.
Apr 30, 2015
It attributed slower growth in the first quarter to “transitory factors” as it awaits an improvement in the labour market before raising rates.
Apr 27, 2015
Final cash consideration will depend on the settlement date portfolio balances.
Apr 23, 2015
Wheatley-Hubbard says market is punishing all US companies, ignoring firms’ underlying health.
Apr 14, 2015
‘Will she, won’t she’ speculation goes on as some say rate rise may be put back to 2016.
Investments| Apr 13, 2015
UK multi-managers call time on long dollar positions after greenback’s huge rise.