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One of the losers so far, from the election of Donald Trump to the White House has been emerging markets funds.
The HL Select UK Shares Fund launch on Friday has been hailed as its biggest ever by Hargreaves Lansdown.
Investors took their money out of emerging market (EM) assets in November at the fastest pace since the 2013 Taper Tantrum, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF).
The price of Brent crude oil surged above $50 (£40, €47) per barrel as rumours became reality that OPEC members had finally reached an agreement.
Woodford Investment Management (IM) and Legal & General’s principal investment arm have taken stakes in a £150m ($187m,€176m) venture platform to support UK digital start-ups at all stages of the funding cycle.
Schroders has launched the Schroder ISF1 Global Credit Income fund, its first credit income fund.
Sir John Beckwith’s Pacific Investments group has launched Pacific Asset Management (PAM), which will initially focus on the multi-asset retail space, with institutional fund launches planned at a later stage.
With a December interest rate rise now close to certain, investors will no longer be trying to assess when the Federal Reserve will raise rates next, but what the path will be after this.
UBS Asset Management has listed five new exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tracking two benchmark indexes for US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (Tips).
Equity markets have responded positively to Donald Trump’s election after an initial setback. But Trump’s unpredictability will remain a risk for the full four years of his presidency. It is, however, more important than ever to hold your nerve and dare to be contrarian.
Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI), part of Old Mutual Wealth, plans to launch the Old Mutual Style Premia Absolute Return Fund (Star) at the beginning of December.
Sector investing may come back in 2017 and an EM `stability premium’ could develop as the grand economic ideas of the new US administration are put into practice. says Roger Bacon, Citi Private Bank’s Asia-Pacific head of managed investment.
What a game changer the election of Donald Trump as US president is likely to be across so many fronts.
With 267 funds, the Investment Association (IA) Global sector is second only in variety to its UK All Companies, which comprises 269 funds. It is one of the oldest and most popular sectors and also very diverse, both in terms of type of offering and also in terms of performance.
As Americans get stuck into their Thanksgiving day celebrations the rest of the world still has its eye on the investment ball and some may be weighing up whether, just as with food, you can have too much of a good thing.
Mike Webb talks about his mission to revitalise Rathbones’ unit trust business and the impact of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union
James Klempster says the three Momentum Factor multi-asset funds are more aligned to clients’ real-world outcomes than their traditional counterparts
Investors should not rest too comfortably on the relative calm with which equity markets have greeted both the UK’s EU referendum and the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency warns Guy Stephens.
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