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Turkey’s crisis and fears of wider emerging markets contagion may be overdone, but the global risks flowing from higher interest rates are very real.
Investors can capture rewards by investing in Asia’s smaller companies. But focusing on company growth is not enough for equity investors in this space to make the best returns.
Andrew Craig of Plain English Finance asks whether investors could learn from the English cricket legend’s highly defensive but effective batting strategy.
Passive small company funds have outstanding potential to deliver high returns over longer timeframes and help balance investors’ portfolios.
Revolutionary progress in the electric vehicle market is driving a surge in demand for advanced car batteries and related commodities.
Net 24 per cent of professional investors surveyed expect global growth to slow in the next year – the worst outlook for the global economy given since 2011.
As the global trade war heats up, Jason Hollands of Tilney mulls the outlook for emerging economies and the prospect of a backlash against the US.
Share price discounts to net asset value have narrowed dramatically over recent years and are now increasingly vulnerable to market downturns.
Monika Dutt explains how new ETFs weighted to combinations of factors such as value and size are delivering strong results.
Once seen as a no-go zone for income investors, the region’s companies are becoming increasingly generous to shareholders.
In a bid to raise extra capital, the Reit is offering investors a six-year retail bond with a fixed income yield of 4.5 per cent.
A fall in precious metal prices is presenting a buying opportunity
Limited impact on real estate fundamentals should see the sector thrive amid trade war tensions.