News by: James Phillipps
Speaking at the Private Client Manager Retreat in Hampshire, Odey's macro expert Tim Bond warned on the Tiger's increasing number of special purpose vehicles that 'aren't working'.
iShares is this month closing its first ETF product in over a decade and with ETF closures running at record levels, do investors need to be more selective in what they buy?
Kames Strategic Bond fund manager Phil Milburn has taken profits on his emerging market debt short, but is on a watching brief to put the trade back on.
Cornelian Asset Managers' chief investment officer Hector Kilpatrick has taken some profits on equities and bumped up his Treasury weightings.
The high yield markets that remain untapped according to Patrick Legland, global head of research for SocGen.
The annual Gallup economic and personal finance survey found that the number of Americans classified as moderately or highly worried about their finances is the lowest since 2007.
The world's second economy appears to be gathering momentum as both import and exports beat expectations, but the validity of the data has been questioned by analysts.
Roberto Azevedo beat off his Mexican rival Herminio Blanco to land the role and become the first Latin American director-general of the World Trade Organisation.
The online discretionary manager has ambitious expansion plans and will look to broaden the range of wrappers it offers, before pushing into the Continent.
Former stockbroker and banker Nick Hungerford’s mission is simple. He wants to break down the barriers to investment management and offer low cost diversified endowment-style portfolios to the masses.
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