US, UK and emerging market assets remain appealing, but the eurozone’s recent allure has waned somewhat and Russia represents a risk too far, writes Ceri Jones.
Investors' are unlikely to welcome the news that Trump is ramping up the trade war, pursuing more tariffs on Chinese goods.
Since the start of the recovery of US stock prices in 2009, growth stocks have been the place to be.
Reversing measures that have provided a tsunami of liquidity for nearly a decade is certainly unchartered territory.
Markets have remained stable following the chaotic G7 summit, says Donald Maxwell-Scott of Rowan Dartington.
Facebook and Google have been engulfed by a wave of criticism, leading some to conclude that tech faces major regulatory risk.
With high hopes for profit and growth, investors are rotating into US equities at the expense of the eurozone.
The recent volatility in markets looks unlikely to dissipate much this year, so our multi-managers are rather inclined to seek out safer investment options.
Mike Bell, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management takes a look at whether we are past the peak of both economic growth and equity performance.