Data shows that long term investment grade corporate bond returns have been relatively smooth and consistent, even through difficult markets.
Since 2016, the UK’s capital city has risen from eighth to second in the rankings driven by positive employment conditions feeding income growth.
For decades financial planners and investors have abided by the 60/40 rule and calculations made by Schroders illustrate why, but has it had its time?
Compounding and portfolio rebalancing could have helped investors overcome emotional urges during a turbulent six months for stock markets. Duncan Lamont explains.
Investors are focused on an anticipated boom in electric cars. The true acceleration in demand is happening elsewhere.