European equities: the asset class investors love to hate
Investors have long been showing reluctance towards European equities, and recent events in the region are only exacerbating this sentiment. However, this does not apply to everyone – some recognise the potential of the asset class, including Carmignac’s head of European equities Mark Denham, who sees the opportunities in this unloved geography
Unlocking Value In Japan Smaller Companies
In this interview, he shares with us Eastspring’s well defined and disciplined approach to identify opportunities in the typically under-covered Japan smaller company segment, and how the Fund aims to deliver strong, longer-term performance by doing things differently from the broader market.
Netwealth launches cost calculator in transparency push
Online wealth manager Netwealth says investors are often unaware of how much their wealth manager charges and has launched a tool to tackle the problem.
Eight in 10 IFAs say yield of 4%-plus is unsustainable
Eight in 10 intemediaries view investments that promise an income yield of more than 4% as unsustainable, an Aviva Investors study has revealed.
Heavy utilities regulations translates to sustainable dividends – Fidelity
Investors seeking sustainable dividends should look no further than the heavily-regulated utilities sector, according to Fidelity Worldwide Investment’s Michael Clarke.
PA ANALYSIS: Is the Megacap M&A season heading south already?
BHP Billiton’s spin off and listing of South32 fell rather flat on Monday, as its shares traded at the lower end of analyst expectations, giving the newly minted firm a market cap around $8.7bn.