Investors’ fears centre upon a weakening US and global economy. While data suggests US growth may have peaked, we still expect global growth in 2019 of almost 3%
President Trump may face battles passing certain legislation, but he will still be able to control trade policy
October has seen dramatic sell-offs as uncertainty grows over trade disputes, weakening corporate earnings and political events such as the US mid term elections, Brexit and the Italian debt. What does this mean for investors’ portfolios?
Interest rates are rising from their record lows and global growth is positive, but the financial crisis still casts long shadows
President Trump’s trade policies – which are sending shockwaves across the world’s markets – could backfire and instead spur China’s drive toward technological self-sufficiency