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QE economies are on knife’s edge

By: Jan Dehn | 29 Sep 2016

Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore, suggests that a fear of policy decisions in developed economies is completely rational; the effect of a bad policy decision…

Easy money: Could the cure be more damaging than the illness itself?

By: Mark Burgess | 28 Sep 2016

Given the economic and political headwinds and shocks we have experienced in the first six months of 2016, the summer could easily have been characterised by uncertainty…

More radical central bank policies and implications for stock picking

By: William Low | 28 Sep 2016

Given how important central bank policies are for the pricing of assets, our focus has to be on what they do next. If debt monetisation were to…

Trump versus Clinton: the key issues

By: David Osfield | 28 Sep 2016

 Republican debt plans may face a wall Trump appears much more willing to take on incremental debt at a national level to fund investment. This would come…

The three questions investors face for the rest of 2016

By: Jamie Carter | 27 Sep 2016

Markets are in an intriguing situation. They have performed well over the summer months, and volatility is at historically low levels. Much of this can be attributed…

There is no such problem as ageing

By: Jeroen Wilbrink | 27 Sep 2016

You recently may have read about forecasts from Moody’s, the OECD or the United Nations, forecasting that by 2050 we will all be using Zimmer frames and…

Oil: All eyes on Algiers

By: Norbert Rücker | 27 Sep 2016

All eyes are on the International Energy Forum in Algiers along-side which Middle Eastern oil producers and Russia are discussing potential supply side measures. In the run-up…

Four alternatives to gold post-Brexit

By: Justin Onuekwusi | 27 Sep 2016

Justin Onuekwusi, manager of the Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) Multi-Index fund range outlines four alternatives to gold in the post-Brexit environment As an asset allocation…

US engine of dividend growth slows markedly, while Europe picks up the pace

By: Henderson Global Investors | 27 Sep 2016

Global dividend growth slowed in the second quarter, according to the latest Henderson Global Dividend Index. Underlying dividend growth, which strips out exchange rate movements and other…

US elections : clear and present danger

By: William De Vries | 26 Sep 2016

William de Vries is head of Core Fixed Income at Kempen Capital Management. The latest US elections polls show that Donald Trump’s campaign clearly has positive momentum,…

La fortuna di investire in azioni indiane

By: Prashant Kothari | 26 Sep 2016

Di recente abbiamo gioito di due avvenimenti molto importanti nel mercato indiano: l’approvazione della legge sull’imposta su beni e servizi e la nomina del prossimo governatore della…

Reappraising the case for commodities

By: Duncan Lamont | 26 Sep 2016

Sentiment towards commodities has turned decidedly sour over recent years. Investors are now questioning the role of commodities in their strategic asset allocation. We have conducted analysis…

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