As Leicester City close in on the English Premier League title, we take a look at how behavioural psychology affects their challenge and what investors can learn from it.
Leicester City has surprised everyone by challenging for the English Premier League title, but what does the club's fortunes reveal about behavioural psychology and how does that relate to investing?
Who would be the winners and losers from Brexit? Rory Bateman’s quarterly look at European equity markets includes analysis of the implications of the UK’s EU referendum.
Multi-Manager fund manager Joe Le Jéhan argues that it’s not time to be following market consensus as the first quarter of 2016 has cast doubts over a number of widely-accepted themes.
The UK dividend outlook may be more challenging than in previous years due to commodity price declines, but there are still some sectors offering good income potential.
The recent pullback in Japanese equities has reduced valuations at a time when we believe the long-term picture for corporate Japan may be gradually improving.
2016 has seen tentative signs of a pick-up in inflation, particularly in the US, but should investors start to balance their portfolios towards the beneficiaries of inflation?
Economic and asset allocation views covering Q2 2016. This includes our global growth update, 30-year return forecasts, and our research note assessing the risk of a US recession.
Having recovered their composure after a tumultuous start to 2016, investors are now looking for a new catalyst, but what will it be and where next for markets?
An overview of markets in Q1 2016, when emerging market equities outperformed their developed counterparts, supported by hopes of political change in Brazil.