European Central Bank president Mario Draghi delivered a relatively short address after the October governing council meeting on Thursday which was light on substance, but there was something in his remarks that may worry investors.
Returns from alternative Ucits funds have been disappointing over the past couple of years. But perhaps fund selectors have to blame themselves for this.
With rising prices for fuel, restaurants and hotel rooms pushing up UK inflation, is it any great surprise we’re all staying at home watching Netflix?
2016 has been a good year for commodities. Year-to-date, the FTSE World Mining index is up just less than 56% in dollar terms, while the FTSE oil and gas index is up just less than 20%.
Amid all the claim and counter-claim, it may be difficult to take a clear-eyed view of the policies of the presidential candidates ahead of the US election in November, however much we know about their private lives.
ECB intervention has pushed European corporate bond yields down to unrealistic levels. It may therefore be a good idea to buy some sterling credit, regardless of how the Brexit saga will play out.
As budding financial detectives seek the culprit for last week’s ‘flash crash’ in sterling, others are reminded of crises past.
The pound has collapsed under the pressure of aggressive post-Brexit rhetoric, but is it destined to fall further in the short-term?
There is a change happening in the City. One that would not be out of place in an episode of the Twilight Zone.
With Britain’s impending exit from the European Single Market all but confirmed, it’s time to face the possible consequences for asset managers.
Two big providers have ripped the carpet from under a group of American investors in the UAE, says Vince Truong, partner at Dubai-headquartered financial planners Holborn Assets.
The FTSE 100 closed just short of its record high on Tuesday, the same day the International Monetary Fund revised lower its projections for for global growth.
In Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece 1984, Room 101 represents the “worst thing in the world”. 101 days on from the EU referendum, it’s up to Theresa May to convince the dissenters that Brexit is not a portal to their worst nightmares.
The ink is not dry and already commentators are hailing the merger of Henderson Global Investors and Janus Capital as an example of what is to come.
If Donald Trump gets elected to the US Presidency, this could turn out to be a blessing for the US economy, according to a US equity fund manager.
While the popularity of different asset classes will ebb and flow, the one thing I have learned in my 11 years in financial journalism is that gilts are never a fashionable choice.
In the second of a series of three independent reviews of international life products, Brian O’Neill, consultant at Isle of Man-based actuary and consultancy firm Boal & Co, puts the spotlight on Hansard's regular premium product called Vantage Platinum II.
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.
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.
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