Equities

13JUN 2018

Equities

“Peak Policy” - are politicians running out of steam in tackling climate change?

We assess whether policy's impact on climate change is beginning to wane.

13JUN 2018

Equities

Active vs passive: how the debate stacks up in Europe ex UK equities

The argument over whether to use passive or active funds is often narrowly focused on the US. Here, we examine the evidence for Europe ex UK equities.

08JUN 2018

Equities

A look at the future of power management and energy efficiency

As we approach the limit of what silicon-based technologies can deliver in power management, a new category of materials is providing exciting opportunities in energy saving.

08JUN 2018

Equities

Where next for precious metals?

The outlook for gold and silver, and for the companies producing them, was in the spotlight at the recent Zurich Gold Fair. Here’s what we learned.

05JUN 2018

Multi-Asset

The market stories of May: our charts of the month

May was an eventful month in financial markets. We chart our way around key developments that matter to investors

04JUN 2018

Equities

Why Italian politics matters for eurozone banks

Capital strength, margins and the prospects for banking union are among the many issues that may be affected by recent political developments.

MAY

29MAY 2018

Watch/Listen

How will climate change impact your investments?

Climate change is no longer something to think about for the future, it is something for investors to consider right now.

25MAY 2018

Equities

Uber is not killing car ownership (yet)

In five years, Uber has grown from techie trouble-maker to a global ride hailing giant. But our obsession with owning cars remains as strong as ever.

22MAY 2018

Equities

Why the oil & gas sector is energising investors

The recent rise in oil prices is not the only reason why the sector looks attractive.

15MAY 2018

Equities

Why supposedly "safe" sectors may be nothing of the sort

Many investors are attracted to the perceived stability of certain sectors. But safety stems from the price you pay, not the underlying dynamics of the businesses you buy.