We review global market developments in November, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
In this interview, John answers topical questions from the intermediary community in relation to developments in global economies.
Investors don’t like slow and steady growth, but is the US on the brink of recession or just fatigued?
Following Party Conferences, the next big political set piece is the Autumn Statement, this year to be delivered on 23 November.
How has a shift in Japanese equity market drivers affected investors?
The UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) has triggered some extreme predictions of a referenda ripple effect and EU failure.
The political events of June made for a stormy summer in UK equity markets, but after a quieter August, I expect UK companies to be very much business as usual as the market goes back to work.
Emerging equity markets have had a strong year so far. With optimism in the air, what could lie ahead for investors?
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