The idea that politics is not relevant to financial markets no longer holds true.
It is often said that bull markets don’t die of old age, but this one is giving it a fair go.
It's usually easier to identify the losers of trade wars than the winners, and it's no different this time round says Fidelity's Sam Morse.
Ageing populations which are increasingly wealthy means opportunities for biotech and healthcare investors
A passion for flatpack furniture and soft furnishings is set to sweep India; it’s a harbinger of more growth in consumerism to come, says Simon Finch of Ashburton
Pictet Asset Management’s Alain-Nsiona Defise and Mary-Therese Barton comment on the outlook for Turkey.
Andrew Craig of Plain English Finance asks whether investors could learn from the English cricket legend’s highly defensive but effective batting strategy.
Infrastructure and other hard assets should benefit from a stronger economy and play a defensive longer-term role
Given the climate of uncertainty generated by, among other factors, Donald Trump's tariff war, dare we leave the office?