After a stomach-wrenching drop in early October, chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth takes stock. A correction doesn’t mean it’s time to cut and run from stock markets.
Credit markets are becoming a more dangerous place to gather your cheese, argues Bryn Jones, our head of fixed income. Investors will have to be cautious and dexterous to avoid catastrophe in the coming months.
Inflation fears roiled markets in early February after a record stretch of stock market calm. Our chief investment officer, Julian Chillingworth, looks ahead.
Like a parade of music’s greatest hits, the past year in markets has been crammed full of noise.
Currencies bounced around last month as investors debated the strength of the UK’s Brexit negotiating position, whether the Federal Reserve (Fed) will slow its rate hikes, and if the European Central Bank will soon cut the number of bonds it buys each month as part of its quantitative easing programme.