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Fund Manager James Thomson explains why there is a finely balanced tug of war in equity markets at the moment.
Martin Currie’s Asian equity investment specialist Andrew Graham outlines the major investment themes in Asia over the coming year.
Measuring the positive impact of socially responsible investments is a significant challenge. George Latham of ‘impact investing' specialist WHEB provides his perspective.
Alexander Darwall, manager of the Jupiter European Fund, explains how he seeks the winners from change and disruption.
This fund blends together a wide variety of income ideas while aiming to preserve capital.
Dr Ian Heslop, manager of Old Mutual North American Equity Fund, explains how he aims to consistently outperform no matter which stockmarket style is in vogue.
While trading conditions are challenging in some areas of the UK economy, Richard Hallett, Manager of the Marlborough UK Multi-Cap Growth Fund, continues to find opportunities among companies benefiting from long-term growth trends.
Karen Ward, Chief Market Strategist for EMEA at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, examines the market consequences following the latest political developments
Rob Burnett, Investment Director & Head of European Equities at Neptune Investment Management, assesses the risk of Italy leaving Europe.
Jason Rolf of Amati Global Investors looks at the propensity of smaller company shares to outperform larger ones.
Experience has taught us that technology companies are risky and volatile, but is that really true of today's tech titans?
William Lam, manager of the Invesco Perpetual Asian Fund, believes there is potential for an improvement in shareholder returns in Asia and this is not reflected in valuations.
The value of investments can fall as well as rise. Investors may get back less than invested. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns.
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