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BofA Merrill Lynch survey: less appetite for higher risk exposures 20/05/2015
Global investors have less appetite for higher risk exposures, particularly in the U.S., according to the BofA Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for May.

Investment managers uncertain over bond proxies 20/05/2015
Although attention has been focused on the volatility in the bond market, the impact has been felt in the equity market as well. Particularly vulnerable appear to be the so-called ‘bond proxies’ previously valued for the stability of their earnings and dividends, but which now look extremely expensive relative to the wider market. Could it be an inflection point for these stocks?

Mid East eyeing Yuan as currency of choice - Crédit Agricole Private Banking 14/05/2015
The Chinese Yuan will increasingly become the currency of choice supporting cross border trade in the Middle East according to Crédit Agricole Private Banking analyst Davis Hall.

Africa leads frontier wealth survey 14/05/2015
Nigeria has been ranked as the world’s most promising frontier market according to a new study conducted by investment platform Emerging Crowd.

BNY Mellon predicts $10 trillion GDP growth from global four 13/05/2015
Reforms and recovery in four of the world’s largest economies could lead to combined GDP growth of $10 trillion over the next five years, according to BNY Mellon’s latest white paper.

German Bund acceleration indicates QE success 08/05/2015
Sharp movements in the global fixed income markets led by German Bunds are the first indicators that European quantative easing (QE) is starting to work, Lombard Odier’s Global Fixed Income strategist, Salman Ahmed, has said.

UK election uncertainty and the markets 07/05/2015
As voters in the UK head to the polls today (07/05/2015), wealth managers have been looking at the possible impact on the economy and markets of another coalition government. For some time it has been clear the outcome of the election is too close to call, and that the likelihood is no one party will gain enough seats to from a majority.

ALFI conference: the changing asset management industry 22/04/2015
The ALFI (Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry) Conference in London's Guildhall saw a panel of experts discuss the changing asset management industry, covering topics including passive versus active fund managers, asset management opportunities regarding an emerging Asian middle class, and the effect of increased regulation in Taiwan.

UBS Wealth Management on the potential market risks of a Labour-SNP deal 20/04/2015
With neither of the two biggest parties opening up a commanding lead, investors still face the prospect of an inconclusive election result.

Towry's head of investments gives Japan a little more time 17/04/2015
Towry is giving Prime Minister Shinzō Abe the benefit of the doubt in spite of his three-arrowed ‘Abenomics’ programme so far falling short of its promises.

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