Five views on positioning for a ‘no deal’ Brexit
With reports the government is stockpiling food and medicines, the threat of a ‘no deal’ Brexit is becoming increasingly tangible. Portfolio Adviser examines how investors can position themselves if the UK fails to exit the European Union in an orderly fashion.
Top 10 traded funds: global exposure dominates November
Investors looked for overseas exposure in November as confusion over the Irish border and wrangling over the UK’s divorce bill dominated Brexit negotiations. Indeed, according to The Share Centre, eight of its 10 most traded funds in November offer global diversification. Read on to find out which funds topped the trades.
The top five funds one year after Trump
When it seemed like the so-called Trump trade might be running out of steam, the S&P 500 persistently climbed higher, achieving record highs week after week. To mark this “Trumpiversary”, Portfolio Adviser looks at the year’s best performing active US equity funds in the Investment Association North America sector.
Hermes’ six ways to adapt to a brave new bond world
In this challenging and uncertain environment for fixed income investors, Fraser Lundie, co-head of credit at Hermes Investment Management, lays out six options for adapting bond portfolios to meet the challenges markets are presenting.
How competitive will London be post-Brexit?
Is London’s spot as the number one financial hub threatened and which financial centres will benefit the most from the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union?
PA gathered views from the Mayor of London and three industry figures.