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Why Asian Local Currency Bonds Look Appealing in A World of The Zero
The Investor’s Dilemma: Do Sustainable Funds Need A Digital Detox?
Tech companies are blamed for problems from increasing rates of depression in young people to the rise of extremism. Fund manager Katherine Davidson considers whether a digital detox should be on the cards.
How Asian Stock Markets Shook Off the Pandemic
Asian shares have benefited from the region’s effective handling of the pandemic, but what comes next?
Four Reasons Why the Odds Are Stacked Against US Equities
Why Are UK Mid Caps in Such an M&A Sweetspot Right Now?
GameStop: The Ethics of Short Sellers
The war that has waged between hedge funds and retail investors over GameStop has shone a light on the ethics of short sellers. But what’s the issue and is it fair?
Three Reasons EM Is Less Vulnerable to Another Taper Tantrum
Are Any Stock Markets Cheap Going Into 2021?
Why Everyone’s Talking About Hydrogen
Democrat Sweep to Open Fiscal Floodgates and Boost Growth
Despite the efforts of Trump supporters to derail democratic proceedings, the Democrats have completed a clean sweep. This has significant implications for spending, taxes, economic growth and interest rates.
The Vaccine Challenge Facing Emerging Markets
Are Investors Adjusting to The New Normal?
Potential for recovery following Covid-19 and trends which have accelerated as a result of it give many reasons for optimism heading into 2021.
What Next for Healthcare Investing After Covid Vaccine Success?
With three Covid-19 vaccines proving effective, we ask fund manager John Bowler and Data Insights Unit head Mark Ainsworth what comes next as regards the pandemic, and what the future holds for healthcare investing. We’d been waiting all year for a Covid-19 vaccine, when suddenly three came along at once. First up on 9 November … Continue reading What Next for Healthcare Investing After Covid Vaccine Success?
Outlook 2021: Europe
Outlook 2021: Global and Thematic Equities
Monthly Markets Review – November 2020
UK Companies are Cheap: The Smaller the Cheaper
Think Short-Term For Lockdown but not for Investing
Savings Shortfall: 41% Worry They Won’t Have Enough to Retire
If you are worried you will not have enough saved for your retirement, you are not alone, a major new study has found.
What Does Biden’s Election Victory Mean for the Energy Transition?
Vaccine News A Shot In the Arm for Recovery Stocks
The prospect of a possible return to normality got investors understandably excited, with stock markets around the world surging. In the UK the FTSE 100 rose nearly 5%, for example.
The Four “M”S: Why The 21st Century Belongs to Asia
Asia is on course to dominate the 21st century, bringing a wealth of investment opportunity. For a look into the future of the global economy, and where the power is shifting, consider technology developments in both China and India.
Lockdown Sparks Major Sunak U-Turn and BoE Action
The Bank of England’s (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decided to keep interest rates on hold at 0.1% today, but to increase its purchases of government bonds by an additional £150 billion over the next year – more than consensus estimates by economists had anticipated.
Election 2020: The Year in US Markets
Is Value Investing Really Dead?
The last few years have been undeniably tough for value, but the investment style has bounced back before.