Here you’ll find articles on everything from current markets to finance.
We look at the definition of value stocks and examine why there are so many of them in the UK stock market.
Is it unreasonable to expect oil companies to drastically reduce their carbon emissions by 2050? As investors, we don’t think so.
We examine what’s behind commodity price rises and wonder if the trend will continue.
The pandemic would appear to have changed attitudes towards the giving and receiving of benefits.
We look at how important the use of hydrogen could be in the race to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Our head of asset allocation examines why, he believes, talk of a bubble in stock markets currently is premature.
We examine how economies are coping against the backdrop of the global pandemic.
Our Global Equity Strategist sets out, what he believes, are the main priorities for President Joe Biden.
We look at the definition of net zero and ask why it’s so important in the battle against global warming.
Brexit is, once again, dominating the headlines. Do UK stock market investors care?
Friends and families aren’t the only ones feeling festive in December. Global stock markets often join in the holiday fun too.
As the curtain finally falls on 2020, we look at what may be in store for investors next year.
We look at the next steps for both vaccine watchers and stock markets.
With the US election and COVID-19 continuing to dominate headlines, investors could be forgiven for overlooking developments in China. We don’t think they should.
With Joe Biden finally confirmed as president-elect, we look at what the result may mean for investors.
With a conclusive result yet to be announced, we outline what this may mean for investors.
Just two key events could determine the course of global stock markets for the remainder of 2020.
The Investment Stewardship team outlines the key features of its 2020 Climate Impact Pledge.
While the short-term outlook for leisure stocks remains challenging, potential developments could help propel them forward, according to our Global Equity Strategist.
Investment Strategist, Sarah Peasey, reveals why she is passionate about responsible investing in today’s changing society.
We look at the potential challenges and opportunities for investors in the final months of 2020.
Staying invested in stock markets is, we believe, the best way of growing your long-term savings pot.
In the current pandemic, saving may be more difficult than normal. But here are five reasons why, we believe, setting money aside now could be beneficial.
Will US technology companies be as dominant in the next decade as they are today? Our Asset Allocation team weighs up the evidence.
While Olympic athletes have been unable to exceed their personal bests this summer, gold has been breaking records of its own.
Whether you are thinking of saving for a big-ticket item such as a house or trying to get together a few savings for a rainy day, you’ve probably been told that the sooner you start saving, the better.
In this latest outlook piece, our Asset Allocation team questions whether investor optimism is a little misplaced.
Just as an artist displays many colours on his palette, an investor may choose to own many diverse investments.
Which age group cares the most about ESG? We asked 1000 savers from three generations to reveal the themes that matter -- and those that don’t!
Part three of our series looking at how Covid-19 has changed investing and our views on markets.
Part two of our series looking at how COVID-19 has changed investing and our views on markets.
Part one of our series looking at how investing and markets will be different for the rest of 2020.
Many of us are no longer working from the office because of COVID-19, but our personal and professional priorities haven’t changed. For Mental Health Awareness Week, here are some thoughts on how I am considering this for myself and my team.
Mobility data from *Google and *Apple can help us look through the rhetoric on the return to economic normality and see what is really happening on the ground.
Not so long ago, the trade war between the US and China was the greatest geopolitical risk facing the market. COVID-19 has now taken its place at the front of investors’ minds, but it hasn’t eased the underlying tensions.
What does it mean when economists’ predictions look like a Scrabble board?
Last week’s bounce in US company share performance reflects investors’ new-found optimism. Here’s why we’re still cautious.
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