Neil Hermon, manager of Henderson Smaller Companies trust, on the four considerations that shape his portfolio choices
Three of the world’s major central banks held their formal committee meetings last week. What did this mean for investment markets?
While our panellists expect the global recovery to continue, fears of an escalating trade war are pushing them into more defensive positions.
The asset management company will offer investors no-fee index funds.
Investors abandon UK and European funds in favour of global options.
Many investors are too pessimistic on Europe now.
The splurge in share buybacks is doing more harm than good, hurting both businesses and long-term investors, says new study.
US/EU trade relations are seemingly on the rise, but should we still be concerned about an impending trade war?
Market veterans who manage ‘stay-rich’ rather than ‘get-rich’ trusts have positioned portfolios to weather forecasts of a nasty setback.