13JUN 2017

Economic Views

The impact of presidential impeachment on markets

Craig Botham looks at historical examples of presidential impeachments to assess the impact on equity and bond markets.

09JUN 2017


UK election result: what it means for Brexit and markets

Theresa May has formed a new government. Our experts explain the implications for the economy, markets and Brexit.

09JUN 2017


60 seconds on the outlook for equities after the UK election

The period following Brexit is likely to be turbulent for the FTSE but there will be opportunities to buy cheap stocks.

07JUN 2017


What are the prospects for eurozone shares after the recent rally?

Eurozone shares have performed strongly as political risk recedes. We look at whether their good run can continue.

01JUN 2017


60 seconds on the most predictable element of investing in Japan

Andrew Rose explains why the geopolitical backdrop should not distract investors from positive company-level changes in Japan.


30MAY 2017


Is it still worth investing in bank shares?

Bank shares rallied in 2016 – but will the good run continue? We look at why the sector has recovered and examine the latest valuations.

26MAY 2017


How cheap are world stockmarkets? Five key tests

Which is the best measure for finding cheap markets? We explain the pros and cons of each, and look at the latest readings for major markets.

24MAY 2017


Smaller companies in Asia: where the long-term potential lies

For investors, many of the exciting structural themes in Asia are being driven by smaller companies. Here’s why.

22MAY 2017


"Sell in May and go away": does it work for Asian stockmarkets?

We take a look at the hard data to see how they stack up against the popular market saying and find one market where it might be helpful.