Equities

24DEC 2018

Economics

Eight New Year’s resolutions for personal finance fitness in 2019

New Year’s resolutions can be hard to keep but we have some tips that could help get your finances into shape.

19DEC 2018

Economics

Why 2019 might be a better year for investors

After the disappointment of 2018, Chief Executive Peter Harrison rounds up the factors our fund managers think could lead to a brighter year ahead.

14DEC 2018

Economics

Brexit the top concern for UK end clients

A recent survey of UK financial advisers has exposed the depth of domestic investors’ Brexit concerns, while suggesting investment in UK equities could pick up again in 2019.

13DEC 2018

Economics

Outlook 2019: US equities

We believe that US earnings growth will slow in 2019, but we think the more challenging corporate environment may provide a rich backdrop for stockpickers.

11DEC 2018

Economics

How the Brexit delay has moved markets – and what it means for the economy

As Theresa May meets European leaders seeking a better Brexit deal, the UK economy heads for a period of heightened uncertainty and stagflation.

10DEC 2018

Economics

Outlook 2019: Sustainability

The next few years will see rising physical losses from climate-related events, higher taxes to combat intergenerational inequality and tougher conditions for over-levered corporates.

06DEC 2018

Economics

Monthly markets review - November 2018

Global equities posted modest gains in November but trade wars and growth worries remained clouds on the horizon.

06DEC 2018

Economics

Outlook 2019: UK equities

Investors have shunned UK equities as a result of uncertainty related to Brexit. Against this backdrop, UK equities fund managers Sue Noffke and Andy Brough explain how they’re looking at the market heading into 2019.

06DEC 2018

Economics

Outlook 2019: European equities

European equities may remain volatile in 2019 but this can open up opportunities for investors seeking out under-valued companies.

05DEC 2018

Economics

Outlook 2019: Global equities

We are seeking out companies investing for change in 2019, while increasingly wary of those that have borrowed excessively.