Institutional investors accept a future of modest 6% per-year investment returns, but after a decade of surging asset prices from bonds to stocks, individual investors expect far more.
There are plenty of reasons why investors could justifiably feel pessimistic about the future, but stock market valuations are not one of them.
A year ago we identified the disruptive and economic forces that we thought would shape the decade ahead for investors. These were our "inescapable truths". But do they still hold true?
We take a look at how low or negative interest rates affect the banking sector and explain why some banks are worse hit than others.
We are just at the beginning of a very long period in which climate change will have a significant, and increasing, effect on markets. New research suggests investors are not ready.
WeWork’s prospects as an investment may be precarious, but its impact on working culture could be comparable to Amazon’s impact on shopping.