Core equity managers had a tough time delivering consistent performance throughout 2016, writes AllianceBernstein’s Klaus Ingemann.
It’s human nature to assume that because 2016 was a year of political shocks, 2017 would turn out the same, writes Franklin Templeton’s John Beck.
Despite the election of moderate Emmanuel Macron to the French presidency, the future of the European Union remains in the balance, writes Antipodes Partners deputy portfolio manager Sunny Bangia.
The emerging market debt landscape is changing, writes Lazard Asset Management’s Denise Simon – and to succeed, investors need to be both selective and flexible.
Australian investors have long relied on regular dividends for a reliable source of income, however doubts are increasing as to whether companies can afford to sustain today’s generous payouts and investors should look further afield, writes Columbia Threadneedle’s Jonathan Crown.
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Finding consistency in equity markets
Reasons to expect a return to normality
European Union at the crossroads