Heather Ferguson | Tue 23 August 2016 In times of heightened uncertainty investors have tended to seek the safety of large well-established institutions and shun higher-risk smaller companies. This was evident in the weeks that followed the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Kate Marshall | Mon 15 August 2016 The uncertainty that followed the UK’s decision to leave the EU drew investors to the UK’s largest companies, many of which derive a significant proportion of their earnings overseas.
Kate Marshall | Thu 28 July 2016 The UK’s vote to leave the European Union created much uncertainty. The UK stock market fell in the immediate aftermath of the vote, although there was a marked difference in the performance of small and larger businesses.
Kate Marshall | Thu 28 July 2016 The team have built an exceptional long-term track record investing in Asian markets, although their Aberdeen Global Asian Smaller Companies Fund went through a more challenging time from mid-2013 until the start of this year.
Kate Marshall | Tue 26 July 2016 The Asian equities team at Aberdeen are well-known for their meticulous research and disciplined investment approach. They are unyielding in their quest to find only the highest-quality companies, which they can purchase at sensible valuations.
Heather Ferguson | Wed 20 July 2016 Medium-sized companies have often overcome many of the challenges faced by smaller firms, but remain unencumbered by some of the inefficiencies that plague larger businesses.
Kate Marshall | Thu 21 July 2016 Chris Rice, manager of the TM Sanditon European Fund, uses a business cycle approach to investing. By forming a view of the wider economic environment he aims to identify when the next stage of the cycle will arrive...
Heather Ferguson | Tue 19 July 2016 Any period of significant uncertainly is likely to cause turbulence in stock markets. The EU referendum has been no exception and the past few weeks have been difficult for investors.