Michael John Lytle, Source

Woodford is right about overcharging by fund managers

Michael John Lytle (pictured), Chief Development Officer at ETF provider Source, comments on Neil Woodford's view that too many fund managers are over-charging clients… »


Richard Hoey, BNY Mellon

Global divergences driving expected prolonged global and US economic expansion

Monetary policy divergence is not the only kind of divergence in the global economy that is contributing to a prolonged global and US economic expansion, says BNY Mellon Chief Economist Richard Hoey…   »


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Japan revisited

David Jane, manager of Miton’s Multi Asset funds, comments on recent developments in Japan… »


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Scotland’s ‘No’ vote is a ‘relief’ for investors

Mark Dampier and Tom PmcPhail, Head of Investment Research and Head of Pensions Research, respectively at Hargreaves Lansdown, comment on Soctland’s decision to got against independence… »


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Lights at the end of the tunnel?

Hugo Bain, Senior Investment Manager at Pictet Asset Management outlines the findings of his recent trip to Russia… »


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Alibaba to be ‘at least as valuable’ as Facebook

Mark Hawtin, portfolio manager, GAM Star Technology, comments on the proposed Alibaba IPO… »


Luca Paolini, Pictet Asset Management

Oil prices to benefit from increased geopolitical risk

Luca Paolini (pictured), chief strategist at Pictet Asset Management, outlines the firm’s positive view on oil… »


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New historical lows for the rouble

Dr Vladimir Tikhomirov, Chief Economist at BCS Financial Group comments on the rouble’s recent fall to a new low… »


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Brazilian and Indian growth paths diverge

Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist at Schroders, gives his view on the latest GDP numbers, showing contrasting fortunes of emerging market heavyweights, Brazil and India… »


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FCA's no-go for CoCos

Anthony Smouha, manager of GAM Star Credit Opportunities comments on the FCA’s CoCos announcement… »


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