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Lipper: European Investors Shy Away From Equities

By: Detlef Glow | 25 Sep 2017

Detlef Glow, head of EMEA Research at Thomson Reuters Lipper, analyses fund flow trends for the European fund market throughout August.  August was the eighth consecutive month…

Sustainable equities outperform MSCI World benchmark index

By: Jaspreet Duhra And Julia Haake | 25 Sep 2017

For more than a decade the most sustainable companies have outperformed the MSCI World, our data shows. Consequently, investors can expect to gain a ‘double dividend’: supporting…

Firms shouldn’t bank on a MiFID II ‘regulatory forbearance’

By: Linda Gibson | 25 Sep 2017

Linda Gibson is director of regulatory change and compliance risk at Pershing, a BNY Mellon company providing trading, custody and post-trade services. With just 100 days until…

Three property sectors benefitting from the rise of e-commerce

By: Rogier Quirijns | 25 Sep 2017

While much of the market’s recent focus has been on how e‑commerce is challenging retail landlords, one should not overlook the fact that an even larger segment…

Nick Clays comments on the outcome of the German elections

By: Eugenia Jimenez | 25 Sep 2017

Given the German economy has been one of the largest beneficiaries of the European project and is currently also performing strongly on the back of China’s 2016…

Feeding the very capital-hungry caterpillar

By: Henco Van Der Meulen | 22 Sep 2017

On 30 June 2017 Regulation (EU) 2017/1129 (“the Regulation”) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. It deals with the prospectus to be published…

Angela Merkel may triumph but what will her government look like?

By: Jaisal Pastakia | 22 Sep 2017

According to Bloomberg’s poll of polls, it looks likely that Angela Merkel will be re-elected as Chancellor for a fourth term. Far from the confrontations we had…

Market comment on Fed, Bank of Japan and ECB

By: Lee Wild | 21 Sep 2017

It is one of those days when central banks take over the market. That Federal Reserve members voted overnight to keep US interest rates at 1-1.25% is…

Whither now? Turkey and the future of the EU project

By: Tim Ash | 21 Sep 2017

Having long been a strong supporter of Turkey’s EU accession bid, it truly pains me now to see the poor state of Turkey-EU relations, with Turkish and…

Caution needed in European HY despite continued positive drivers

By: Mike Della Vedova | 21 Sep 2017

The overall outlook for the European high yield market remains stable – benefiting from reasonable macro fundamentals, low volatility, hawkish sentiment being seen as an end-of-year or…

The productivity puzzle – survival of the weakest

By: Guy Stephens | 20 Sep 2017

As productivity growth in developed economies continues to fall, Guy Stephens, technical investment director at Rowan Dartington, asks whether we are destined to become a low-growth world.…

Is Italy poised for a Spanish-style renaissance?

By: Jacob Mitchell | 20 Sep 2017

The European Union has often been described as an economic impossibility. However, a conclusive and overlooked fact remains that since the birth of the euro, the EU…

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