The pressure building in developed equity markets last year was felt most keenly in Japan, which now looks poised to make the strongest rebound.
Managers’ short-termism is blighting active funds. Those adding value should stand up and be counted as part of a campaign that could help sort the wheat from the chaff, says Andrew Pitts.
Investors are witnessing the repercussions of quantitative easing being whipped away from the stock market party. What’s likely to happen next in markets?
On the eve of the launch of Smithson investment trust, Fundsmith founder Terry Smith tells Andrew Pitts about unearthed opportunities.
The ongoing US/China trade war is bad news for markets, but China’s faltering consumer and overheated property markets could really raise the pressure, writes Andrew Pitts.
The US/China trade war is bad news for markets, but China’s faltering consumer and overheated property markets could really raise the pressure.
Weak currencies, a rising dollar and a splurge on cheap debt are some of the headwinds facing emerging markets.
There are clear dangers for markets ahead, including the Russian bear and a mountain of debt that has built up around the world.
Bitcoin frenzy has echoes of the dotcom boom and indicates that euphoria is spilling over from the stock markets.