Mario Draghi has effectively turned the money printer on and walked out of the European Central Bank. Chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth takes a look at the state of the Continent.
Investors seem to be flitting between fear and optimism in an increasingly erratic manner. Hopes for a soft-touch Federal Reserve seem to be driving most of the optimism, notes chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth.
Our head of multi-asset investments, David Coombs, gazes into his crystal ball as he prepares for 2019.
As an adviser, building trust with your clients is essential to providing the credibility that underpins your relationships. In an age of fake news, it’s increasingly hard to know what your clients can trust, especially when it comes to online content. Where can they turn for good advice, and how can they be sure it’s reliable?
It’s been a rough few days for European bond markets after a resurgence of political disorder on the Continent. However, our head of asset allocation research, Edward Smith, argues that we are still a far cry from the dark days of the 2011 eurozone debt crisis.
In this first of a series of three blogs on what it might mean for the UK economy and investors if Jeremy Corbyn moved into Number 10, our head of asset allocation research Edward Smith looks back to Francois Mitterrand’s presidency for clues.
Be unassailable in what you do or be the cheapest in the joint, because if you’re neither you’re nothing, warns David Coombs, our head of multi-asset investments.
Europe has long been seen as the unloved problem child of developed markets, beset with fiscal problems, threatened by disintegration and unable to escape from chronic underperformance. Now it’s the new favourite. But can Europe justify its new-found popularity and higher valuations?