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Rising Sun: 5 reasons to go big in Japan

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 12 Jul 2017

Joel Le Saux, fund manager of the Oyster Japan Opportunities fund at Syz Asset Management, lists five reasons to play Japanese equities. Japan is back. Abenomics may…

Saudi Arabia’s emergence out of index exclusion

By: Charles Sunnucks | 11 Jul 2017

Saudi Arabia is now on course to be upgraded to emerging market status in June 2018, a move which would likely attract significant foreign inflows and rank…

Smart Beta ETFs – Isolating the Monkey Effect

By: Markov Processes International | 10 Jul 2017

This is the latest research post in MPI’s Series on Smart Beta ETFs introduces a simple “IQ Test” that can help investors and managers measure the “smartness”…

Is there a consolidation ahead in the European ETF market?

By: Detlef Glow | 10 Jul 2017

While looking at the comments of market observers on the European ETF industry, one often comes across articles predicting wider consolidation in the European ETF market. Even…

Europe’s value stocks will be major beneficiaries of a likely global bond sell-off

By: Nicolas Simar | 07 Jul 2017

Value stocks, especially financials, will be the major beneficiaries from a likely global bond sell-off and the current positive macro-economic environment. NN Investment Partners (NN IP) expects…

Seeking excellence in best execution: bringing efficiency to the buy-side

By: Mark Pumfrey | 06 Jul 2017

Given the lengthy run-up and imminent implementation date of MiFID II, the legislation due to overhaul European financial markets, one would expect participants to be more or…

Time to heed the warning signs and dial down risk

By: Luca Paolini | 06 Jul 2017

“Slower global growth could be the trigger that ends the equities bull run, but there is no cause for panic – either about the economy or about…

Brexit rabbits

By: Guy Stephens | 06 Jul 2017

As Brexit negotiations begin to unfold, the media remains pre-occupied with the differences in view between the main UK political heavyweights; pitting them against one another in…

China: the elephant in the room

By: Jason Pidcock | 05 Jul 2017

“Twenty years on from the Asian Financial Crisis, the question remains: did China escape the crisis or simply defer it?” It all started with Thailand. Following a…

Does the rise of ETFs impact market efficiency?

By: Detlef Glow | 03 Jul 2017

The European ETF industry enjoyed net inflows of €23.1bn over the first five months of 2017. These high inflows once again raised a concern for market observers…

Are parts of the alternatives market in bubble territory?

By: Nick Edwardson | 30 Jun 2017

Listed alternatives including infrastructure, aircraft leasing, and renewable energy remain attractive in the current environment despite a jump in premiums, according to Kames Capital’s senior multi-asset investment…

UK earnings forecasts unchanged despite headwinds

By: Maya Bhandari | 29 Jun 2017

Developments in the UK have led us to renew our focus on the region in recent weeks, amidst the start of Brexit negotiations and the general election.…

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