Analysis 13 Dec 17
Woodford-backed Purplebricks sees shares slide on £8.2m loss
Neil Woodford’s favourite online estate agent Purplebricks failed to woo markets with its half year figures after posting an £8.2m ($10.9m, €9.3m) loss.
Analysis 12 Dec 17
Robeco: China’s AM regulations and US tax reform risks
Hong Kong’s equity market is likely to see a slowdown in mainland investment next year due to some new regulations and the proposed US tax reform could hit the technology sector, said Victoria Mio, co-head of Asia-Pacific equities and chief investment officer for China at Robeco.
Video 11 Dec 17
IDAD on why investors should take a fresh look at structured notes
Structured products should have a place in any investor’s modern portfolio, especially where pension transfers are concerned, explains Graeme McCallion, Africa sales manager of iDAD.
News 11 Dec 17
Advisers split over growth and defensive asset outlook
Financial advisers are divided about their outlook for growth and defensive assets over the next 12 months, research from Royal London Asset Management has found.
News 8 Dec 17
Sterling has mixed fortunes on Brexit ‘breakthrough’
Sterling has had a mixed reaction to Britain and the EU completing the first phase of negotiations and reaching a historic deal overnight.
News 7 Dec 17
Market too complacent over Corbyn-led government: Buxton
Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI) chief executive Richard Buxton is concerned that markets are failing to adequately price-in the likelihood of a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government next year.