Commodities may be set to surge if worries about slowing economic growth subside and the oil glut is addressed.
On the whole investors are adopting a cautious stance, according to findings from two separate surveys.
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.
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A fall in precious metal prices is presenting a buying opportunity
There are signs that bitcoin could be taking over from gold as a safe haven.
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Market veterans who manage ‘stay-rich’ rather than ‘get-rich’ trusts have positioned portfolios to weather forecasts of a nasty setback.
The imposition by the US of hefty tariffs on Chinese goods has sparked an alarming spiral of trade strife that has serious implications for asset allocators.