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Coutts keeps faith in US energy infrastructure companies 08/10/2015

How to invest in disruptive tech - Julius Baer 22/09/2015
While retail banking is ripe for ‘disruption’ wealth management is safe from the robo advisers according to Swiss bankers Julius Baer.

'Single day' of oil surplus causing market jitters: Artemis 18/09/2015
arket theories suggesting the world is “swimming in oil” are vastly overblown, according to Artemis’ Richard Hulf.

Which assets offer the best inflation protection? 16/09/2015

China and EM concern plunges investor confidence, BofA Merrill Lynch says 16/09/2015
Concern for China and the emerging markets has led to a significant fall in global investor confidence in the world’s economic outlook, according to the BofA Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for September. In response, asset allocators have adopted a “risk-off” stance.

GAM picks its London Fashion Week investment winners 16/09/2015
Asset management group GAM’s JB Luxury Brands fund has put forward the fashion brands they consider best positioned for growth as London Fashion Week begins this week.

Think long term, wealth management trade body tells investors 15/09/2015
The Wealth Management Association (WMA), a trade body for the UK’s wealth management sector, has urged investors to resist the temptation to sell shares in the current volatile market conditions.

Financial crisis indicators place emerging markets 'at risk' 03/09/2015
A new model outlining ‘early warning indicators’ of a financial crisis have caused emerging markets, and particularly China, to fall out of favour with Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM).

Rolling stones uphill: A Chinese Sisyphus 02/09/2015
As symbols of futility go, that of Sisyphus takes some beating. In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was captured by the gods after having freed humanity from Death. They punished him, of course: he would spend the rest of his days pushing a boulder up to the top of a mountain. Just when he reached the summit, as perpetual torment for his efforts, the boulder would inexorably roll back down again. Sisyphus was condemned to push the boulder uphill for all eternity. His was the original rolling stone.

Reasons to be cheerful during a torrid August 25/08/2015

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