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June is currently the cruellest month for private client investors 08:01 GMT
Forget about the “sell in May” mantra. June is a far worse month for private client investors, at least according to the private client indices (PCI) produced by Guernsey-based Asset Risk Consultants (ARC). Indeed it is easily the worst month of the year over the period from 2011 to 2015, both in terms of the number of times the indices have fallen as well as the size of the falls.

F&C Investment Management: pensions, performance and China 02/07/2015
F&C Investment Management hosted an outlook discussion on various topics including pension income, company performance, shifting objectives, and voiced their concerns for the future.

Forget Greece - inflation is the long term concern, says Cazenove CIO 02/07/2015
While markets are focused on the fall-out – or otherwise – from Greece exiting the Eurozone, Richard Jeffrey believes that a greater long-term risk may be inflation. Cazenove’s chief investment officer suggests that inflation remains the one risk poorly factored into market prices, and yet with the Eurozone in recovery, some pick up in inflation is likely.

Grexit and US interest rate hikes: What a yawn! 23/06/2015
Rumours that a deal is imminent between Greece and its creditors gave global stock markets a significant and welcome boost on 21 June and helped to recoup some of the losses sustained over the past month.

Demand for ETFs up 70 percent, according to Novia platform 23/06/2015
Investments in ETFs have risen in popularity by 70 percent over the last year and now account for over £100 million in assets, according to wrap platform Novia.

Coutts sticks to 'value and contrarian' approach, says CIO 23/06/2015
Coutts’ natural ‘value and contrarian’ investment approach has seen it delve into Russian bonds and equities in recent months, alongside long-dated peripheral European bonds. Chief investment officer Alan Higgins says this is partly a reflection of the group’s ongoing discomfort with conventional fixed income. He says that while US rates may not rise until later this year and UK rates until 2016, gilts and treasuries may come under pressure ahead of time.

‘Bondification' - the new investment style for risk-adverse clients 22/06/2015
While demand for equities is rising as investors fear missing a potential bull market, their demand for defensive stocks will lead to the "bondification" of equities, according to new research.

A new ‘alternatives universe' for yield challenged investors seeking uncorrelated returns 22/06/2015
A recent decision by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to extend the list of eligible investments that can be held within Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) and Child Trust Funds (CTFs) could provide one segment of the UK’s alternative assets sector with an additional source of demand.

Two thirds want real time access to investment performance - survey 19/06/2015
Two thirds of UK mass affluent individuals want real time access to their pension and investment performance, a survey commissioned by Saxo Capital Markets UK, has found.

Pictet scales back high yield in favour of technology 15/06/2015
Pictet Asset Management has scaled back its high yield exposure in favour technology. The firm now has a neutral position on high yield, but believes the the valuation gap is unwarranted in the tech sector.

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