National IFA and wealth manager Mattioli Woods has said that acquisitions will remain “a core part” of the firm’s strategy going forward. In a results statement today, Mattioli Woods, which also operates Sipps and SSAS accounts, said that the five businesses it had bought two years ago had “integrated well”, as it looks to build […]
The Government and the regulator have the opportunity to head off a disaster before it happens.
European High Yield (EHY) has performed strongly year to date, not to mention so-called junk bonds globally have been the biggest winners since the financial crisis. Understandably investors are starting to question whether EHY’s good run this year is about to run out of steam, particularly as they look ahead to ECB tapering. Realistically the […]
JP Morgan Asset Management has appointed Karen Ward, chair of the council of economic advisers for the Chancellor of the Exchequer, as chief market strategist for Europe and UK. Ward replaces Stephanie Flanders who left JPMAM in June to join Bloomberg Economics. Based in London, Ward will join after the Autumn Budget and will head the market […]
Even over the long term, real interest rates aren’t expected to rise much above 1 per cent. So where may investors find income? James Foster and Jacob de Tusch-Lec, co-managers of the Artemis Monthly Distribution Fund, examine the opportunities Last December, the Bank of England asked two big questions. First: how far have ‘real’ interest […]
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