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.
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.
Analysis 6 Dec 17
Will sterling sink or swim?
Following the recent news of progress on the Brexit “divorce bill”, sterling hit a two-month high this week, and was up against both dollar and euro. Despite the uptick, the main question still remains, will sterling continue to strengthen or is it in danger of collapsing in the face of political turbulence?
News 1 Dec 17
Woodford: ‘utterly convinced’ strategy will pay off when bubble bursts
High profile fund manager Neil Woodford believes his recent move toward domestic stocks will be vindicated when the current stock market bubble finally bursts.
News 21 Nov 17
Investor confidence doubles over 12 months – Lloyds Private Bank
UK investors shrugged off leaving the EU, German election uncertainty, terrorism, the fall in the pound and a shaky housing market to say they were feeling bullish.