Kate Marshall | Wed 30 November 2016 The dynamic of the European stock market has shifted. The share prices of growth companies have raced ahead of their value-oriented peers for several years, but in recent months there has been a reversal of this trend.
Kate Marshall | Thu 24 November 2016 Paul Spencer, manager of the Franklin UK Mid Cap fund, believes the long-term prospects of many FTSE 250 companies remain intact despite the EU referendum and subsequent market volatility.
Richard Troue | Wed 23 November 2016 Dan Carter took over from Simon Somerville as lead manager of Jupiter Japan Income in June 2016. He was previously the fund’s co-manager from November 2011 and has also been lead manager of Jupiter JGF Japan Select, a similar fund, since October 2013.
Kate Marshall | Tue 22 November 2016 Invesco Perpetual is one of the UK’s most renowned investment groups, though its Asian equities team is often overshadowed by other high-profile managers investing in the Asia Pacific region.
Heather Ferguson | Tue 15 November 2016 The recent performance of smaller companies has been marred by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union as investors have favoured the relative safety of larger businesses.
Heather Ferguson | Thu 10 November 2016 The UK’s decision to leave the European Union helps pave the way to higher inflation, according to James Lowen and Clive Beagles of the JO Hambro UK Equity Income Fund.
Heather Ferguson | Mon 07 November 2016 Against a backdrop of low interest rates and bond yields, demand for income-generating investments remains high. This has led Peter Meany and Andrew Greenup to feel positive in their outlook for global listed infrastructure.