Equities flows YTD remain negative
Global exchange-traded products (ETPs) have recorded their strongest month for inflows in 2020 as $71.5bn was added to the market, with fixed income buoying the industry providing $46.7bn of the total, according to iShares.
LGPS Central has selected three external managers for its emerging markets equity multi-manager fund.
Our latest Cyclical Outlook highlights the macro trends and market developments that underpin our outlook for 2019: slower growth, but likely no recession.
Theresa May has called on private investors, including pension schemes, to commit more capital to Africa as she sought to drive up relations between the UK and the region.
Stephen Jones says the broader 'outside' world might be fraught with challenges, but companies are prospering and voicing few concerns. However, caution is warranted.
Traditional fixed income assets are failing to deliver the returns many schemes need. Euan MacLaren assesses whether emerging market debt can provide an alternative
Domestic demand in emerging markets has remained resilient. Binu George looks at the opportunities for investors
Steve Cook, Chris Perryman and John Bates look at managing liquidity in emerging market corporates
Saker Nusseibeh looks at what we might expect from a Trump administration.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) is to invest in emerging market (EM) debt for the first time through a mandate awarded to Amundi Asset Management.
Jeff Casson discusses the challenges Brazil is facing but says there are investment opportunities.
PP asks if schemes should be worried about big surges in volatility
Andrew Milligan looks at recent market turmoil and how it can affect how investors navigate 2016.
M&G Investments and Ignis Asset Management saw the biggest outflows last year while Neil Woodford's fund house and BlackRock pulled in the most investments, according to Morningstar.
There has been a sharp increase in investor belief that bond markets are overvalued, sparking fresh fears of a price bubble just weeks after the US interest rate rise.
Investors in Europe will be offered access to three responsible fund strategies for the first time say Nuveen Investments and TIAA-CREF.
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.
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.
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.
Patrick Zweifel says there could be considerable divergence in the trajectory of individual EM currencies over the coming years.