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The number one macroeconomic threat to European financial markets is political risk, according to Sabina Kalyan, global chief economist and head of EMEA strategy and research at CBRE.
Following suspensions of trading and value adjustments at most of the leading UK property funds in early July, September has seen the crisis abate to a large extent.
If investors want proof that the emerging markets rally has taken root, they should look no further than the sector’s dividend sustainability potential, according to JP Morgan Asset Management’s Omar Negyal.
The European stock market is actually more volatile than emerging markets, said Amundi's deputy global head of equities, Alexandre Drabowicz.
Shares in Deutsche Bank slumped over 6% on Monday morning as investor worries about its capital position intensified and the focus shifted from the boardroom to politics.
With gold having been one of 2016’s most popular defensive strategies against persisting low returns and the struggle for income, Legal & General Investment Management’s multi-index fund range manager Justin Onuekwusi outlines four alternatives to gold for the post-Brexit world.
Standard Life Investments has announced it will reopen the suspended UK Real Estate Fund and associated feeder fund from 12 noon on Monday, 17 October.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners has launched its first multi-asset income fund focusing on emerging markets.
Despite rising hurdles to launch offshore funds in Taiwan, some foreign managers are making progress, according to research firm Cerulli Associates.
Japanese equities could be preferable to eurozone equities due to higher corporate profitability and greater political certainty, said NN Investment Partners.
As the market reacts to the UK's shock decision to leave the EU, active managers are underperforming their passive peers when it comes to UK equities.
The Fed and the Bank of Japan failed to disappoint markets on Wednesday. And, with that lack of disappointment, has come a growing belief that the banking sector might well be turning once more into a viable investment destination.
The Federal Reserve’s decision announced on Wednesday to keep rates on hold has left investors waiting to see the outcome and market impact of the Presidential election before a rate rise is put back on the agenda.
Loomis Sayles Investments has announced the launch of Ucits versions of both its US and global large-cap growth strategy.
It’s the big divorce that is the talk of today’s headlines – yes, investors have fallen out of love with hedge funds.
Tilney Bestinvest’s Gareth Lewis advocates a cautious approach in the wake of Brexit and the continuing low interest rates and quantitative easing climate, with investment in gold proving a successful option.
With news overnight that the Bank of Japan has unveiled a new form of stimulus, professional investors and economists reacted with mixed enthusiasm.
Capital Group has announced it will make its emerging markets strategy available to investors outside the US this October via a Luxembourg vehicle.
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