Jaisal Pastakia, Investment Manager at Heartwood Investment Management comments on the sate of the healthcare and biotech sectors…
Financial advisory business Tatton Asset Management is to float on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in a deal that is expected to value the company at GBP87 million.
Tradeweb reports that trading activity on the Tradeweb European-listed ETF marketplace reached a record-breaking EUR17.744 billion in May, narrowly beating the platform’s previous strongest performance in March 2017.
Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, and Bill Street, head of investment for EMEA at State Street Global Advisors, offer their views on the UK general election result…
In their latest collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), S-Network Global Indexes, a firm that supports socially responsible investment publishing best-practice benchmark indexes in collaboration with Thomson Reuters, has created the IDB-IIC Latin America Corporate Sustainability Index (IndexAmericas).
Commenting on yesterday’s news of a rate rise from the US’s FOMC, David Absolon, (pictured) Investment Director at Heartwood Investment Management says: ‘‘As expect
AIM specialist investment managers Fundamental Asset Management reports that, for the first time in 12 years, the number of companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) has fallen below 1000: but the companies are bigger.
Kames Capital’s James Lynch warns that UK investors must prepare for much higher levels of inflation next year as the pound’s sharp decline impacts the cost for consumers of everything from well-known household brands to petrol prices.
Sean Ryan, Senior Analyst, Research, at MPI (Markov Processes International) asks if there is more danger in High Yield Bond Funds, warning that investors reaping rewards from high yield returns should beware the dangers of liquidity risk.
GAM portfolio manager Anthony Lawler comments that August was characterised by muted volumes and volatility across most asset classes as the MSCI World index gained 0.1 per cent, while the Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index declined by 0.1 per cent.