We visited the Philippines to meet with companies and look at how the darling of the Asian growth story is holding up after the election of its president dubbed “Duterte Harry”.
Following Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election we look at the performance of gold, US healthcare stocks, the dollar and the volatility index to gauge the market’s reaction.
The S&P 500’s biggest falls have been followed by annual returns that average 14.9% over five years, Schroders analysis shows
Earnings and dividend growth, combined with the high level of takeover activity, mean UK mid-caps have not lost their appeal after the Brexit vote, says Andy Brough.
As the race for the White House intensifies we look at the performance of gold, US healthcare stocks, the dollar and the volatility index to see who the market is backing for US president.
How have stockmarkets performed in previous election years? Our analysis points to weaker gains during the race for the White House.
James Sym explains how the return of inflation, coupled with ultra-cheap valuations, could herald a significant change of fortune for Europe’s beleaguered banking sector.
The race for the White House has become closely contested, but what are the main policies that investors should focus on?
Matt Hudson explains why the return of inflation looks set to boost the case for financial and commodity stocks as we head into 2017.