BNY Mellon launches Ucits version of ‘dynamic’ US equity fund
BNY Mellon has launched a Ucits version of its existing US equity fund, offering an actively managed large cap portfolio for investors in the UK and Europe.
Why the bull market dip has been and gone
Wintle, who recently launched the actively-managed VT Tyndall North American Fund, has built a bullish case for the US economy, batting off bearish claims that a long-running bull market will soon come to a crashing end. Instead, self-confessed bull Wintle has argued a period of negative earnings per share (EPS) growth from late 2014 to […]
Fidelity’s Rossi: Half of S&P 500 will be passive owned within a year
More than half of the S&P 500 will be owned by passive investment strategies within the next 12 months, Fidelity’s Dominic Rossi believes.
Best and Worst US sectors during Trump’s first 100 days
Trump’s first 100 days in office have been jam packed with outrageous tweets, ‘alternative facts,’ a failed healthcare bill and foreign policy blunders. But, what were the best and worst performing US sectors during Trump’s first 100 days?
PA ANALYSIS: Is the S&P 500 election dip a great buying opportunity?
American shares have broadly dipped as investors brace themselves for the possibility of an unexpected election victory by a certain real estate tycoon.
PA ANALYSIS: Weighing up White House risk
With less than a week to go before one of the most contentious presidential contests concludes, some market participants are ignoring the noise, but many are fretting over shocks to equity markets and the potential fallout from protectionist trade policies.