Attractive valuations and prospects for economic recovery support small-caps
Equities flows YTD remain negative
Juno Capital has distanced itself from former fund manager Neil Woodford, following reports he had taken an advisory role with the firm last week.
The coronavirus outbreak will significantly impact risk assets over the coming "years, rather than months", according to economist and author Anatole Kaletsky, who warned that central bank reactions to the illness could artificially inflate asset prices...
Daniel J. Graña of Putnam investigates how US's trade war with China will affect emerging market equities
The aggregate defined benefit (DB) funding level worsened in March, hitting its worst level since last August, the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has said.
China is gradually opening up its bond market to foreign investors. Robin Creswell looks at how the market is evolving
Most respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz say it's time to get on board with the lifetime ISA to get the best outcomes for members.
Saker Nusseibeh looks at why we have seen so much market volatility this year.
There would be little to gain from Britain leaving the EU, according to a paper from BlackRock Investment Institute (BII).
Interest rate and inflation hedging levels rose during the last quarter of 2015 according to BMO Global Asset Management's Liability Driven Investment (LDI) survey.
Investors need to focus on the big picture despite a very bumpy start to the year for markets, according to JPMorgan Asset Management's Stephanie Flanders.
PP asks if schemes should be worried about big surges in volatility
The majority of respondents to Professional Pensions research are worried stock or share bubble may be about to burst.
The FTSE 100 was down 3% this morning to 5,913, after turmoil in China overnight saw trading suspended after just 30 minutes.
Shanghai Composite index plummets 7%
Pension schemes should brace themselves for lower returns and continuing volatility, according to JPMorgan Asset Management chief market strategist for UK and Europe Stephanie Flanders.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised down its forecast for global growth to 3.1% as economies feel the effect of low commodity prices and China's economic slowdown.
Deficits in defined benefit (DB) schemes have deteriorated over the last 12 months due to low gilt yields and market volatility over the summer, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
Stephanie Flanders looks at how issues with China are affecting the global economy.
The monetary policy committee (MPC) of the Bank of England (BoE) has voted eight to one to keep rates at 0.5%.
The 0.75% charge cap on auto-enrolment default funds does not prevent investors from using active management in volatile sectors where it can add value, says HSBC Global Asset Management.
Helen Morrissey reflects on a turbulent week on the stock market
The emerging market (EM) crisis sparked by China's economic slowdown will be much more damaging for developed markets than the 1997 Asian financial crisis, warn investors.