Eastern European markets saw some of the best returns, while commodity and oil exporting economies were among the worst.
Reminding ourselves of just how unusual the current absence of volatility in equity markets is can help us prepare for the inevitable instability.
Jeff Salway asks fund managers how they are interpreting the data from leading economic indicators.
This week marks 30 years since ‘Black Monday’, the largest single stock market crash in living memory.
Alongside Chinese debt and populism in Italy, highest ever aggregate price of stocks and bonds threatens global financial stability.
A successful ‘bottom fishing’ strategy is about more than just buying cheap stocks at the right time, explains Tom Bailey.
Julian Cane, manager of the F&C Capital and Income investment trust, tells Marina Gerner the stocks he has been trading recently.
Rathbone’s James Thomson has cut his UK equity weighting significantly since last June’s Brexit vote. We explain why.
Stock picking is full of different adages and dictums. Some are good advice- others are simply not worth the paper they are written on.
Evidence-based investing does away with emotive decision making and focus on robust risk management, says Danielle Levy.