As the Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman famously said, “The major monetary metal in history is silver, not gold"
Presentation by Ian Heslop on European equities.
Sterling corporate bonds may prove surprisingly resilient despite the uncertainty caused by Brexit.
Markets are driven by macroeconomic forces, but judging their direction is not always easy. Our head of fixed income shines...
CoCos (contingent convertible bonds) should be understood in the light of strengthening bank balance sheets over recent years.
In our inaugural video blog, entitled “The view from our global equities team,” Ian Heslop, head of global equities, and...
Why investment is best undertaken by a systematic approach and by looking carefully at the data, says Ian Heslop of...
As the US and eurozone central banks begin unwinding their unconventional monetary policies – involving purchasing unprecedented amounts of bonds...
It is an age-old conundrum for investors. Should value stocks – shares that typically trade at lower prices relative to...
Emerging market debt went through a long overdue correction in February, but the overall macro story remains very supportive of...