Erik Ristuben, Chief Investment Strategist at Russell Investmens argues that investors should not be overly worried about weak econmic data in the US, as there is still steady GDP growth. According to Ristuben, weak GDP growth in the Eurozone is a setback but not a reversal of growth in Europe. He also highlights that Japan’s negative GDP figures for Q2 are not necessarily bad news, as they are higher than anticipated.
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Lucas Strojny of Advenis Investment Managers cites Brexit challenge to UK-domiciled funds
Analysis of government bonds in light of interest rate expectations; the need to diversify into alternative areas of fixed income investing
Read our interactive ezine on the London Forum 2017, including video interviews and biographies of speakers, links to presentations and a full event report
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