Artemis senior partner Mark Tyndall recognises the short-term 'dangers' for investors of a slowdown in China and beyond. But talk of volatility in developed markets is overstated, he says.
The summary dismissal of FCA chief exeutive Martin Wheatley has raised many questions about the role and responsibilities of the FCA, and there has been much comment. The consensus seems to be that at least one reason for the Government’s decision not to renew Wheatley’s contract was the fact he appeared to be advocating a […]
Vanguard is to launch a D2C platform in the UK, Money Marketing understands. It is understood the fund house is close to signing a deal with technology firm FNZ to build the platform. Vanguard is the latest fund manager to make a foray into the platform market, after Aberdeen Asset Management announced its acquisition of […]
The Bank of England may need to cut interest rates in order to prop up UK growth, chief economist Andy Haldane has warned. In a speech to the Portadown Chamber of Commerce in Northern Ireland today, Haldane said the case for raising rates is “some way from being made”, before raising the prospect of a […]
Good and growing companies are still to be found, Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, tells Ross Leckie – even in a world marked by low(er) growth and political uncertainty.
Artemis US equity manager Cormac Weldon finds US companies he thinks will thrive, even in challenging markets. To watch the video click here
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