Asset management

From Venezuela to North Korea

Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore Group, provides an update on the situation in Venezuela and his take on Credit Suisse's decision to stop transacting a branch of Venezuelan bonds. He also explores rising tensions between US and North Korea, and explains why it is an opportunity to buy the dip...
Q2 sponsor plans stay positive

The BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe returned a median +3.19 percent for the second quarter, marking the seventh straight quarter of positive results for the fund-level tracking service. While performance was strong across all plan types, Corporate Plans reported the highest median return,...
UK inflation fails to rise; forecasts likely to be cut

The second consecutive miss versus consensus will prompt reappraisals for this year and next, comments Azad Zangana, Senior European Economist and Strategist at Schroders.  UK annual inflation has remained unchanged at 2.6 percent in July, as measured by the consumer price index (CPI). More...
UK inflation remains unchanged: rates to be lower for longer

Today's inflation figures from the UK's Office for National Statistics show the headline rate remaining flat at 2.6 percent - contrary to the expectations of many who thought the bounce in commodity prices would drive an increase this month. Commodities were the biggest contributor to the rate of...
Why is the Fed so hawkish?

Prudential to join with M&G

DB crisis is over exaggerated, says Quantum Advisory


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