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Henderson sees £1.4bn net inflows in Q3 but warns of 'challenging markets'
Henderson saw net inflows of £1.4 billion in the third quarter but chief executive Andrew Formica warned that 'challenging markets' are likely to continue to hamper growth.
- Thursday Papers: Fed eyes first rate rise after end to QE
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- Expert View: Barclays, British Land and Associated British Foods
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- Overnight Markets: US stocks rally on upbeat GDP figures
Volatility spike: How ETFs can soften the blow
ETFGI’s Deborah Fuhr discusses the role of ETFs in client portfolios during volatile market conditions
Winter market warmers, the post QE world and timing the Fed
This week’s episode of Investment Pulse looks at the winding down of quantitative easing, whether to try and time a US Federal Reserve rate rise and if strong seasonal performers can reverse recent market slumps
JPM’s Negyal: Back divis to temper EM volatility
Omar Negyal, co-manager of the JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income trust, says a dividend approach to emerging markets reduces the volatility of investing in the asset class.
Profile: Thurleigh chair Rosier on plans for the combined Ingenious AM
'We owed it to clients to answer the question of how long we are going to keep on doing this,' says Rosier