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While many think that we are living in extraordinary times, Brandywine’s Chen Zhao believes that the present situation resembles that of the second half of the 1990s, marked by an expanding U.S. economy, low bond yields, lagging global growth and a rising U.S. dollar. What lessons could we learn
Published:22 April 2015
Business Area:Investment Companies
Financial Director would like to introduce you to our new conference: The CFO Agenda 2015. The CFO Agenda is the flagship event for Financial Director and will be held on the 18th June 2015 at the Royal Society of Arts in London. Download this programme to find out more about the event.
Published:20 April 2015
Against a challenging economic and financial-market backdrop, Newton believes it is vital to maintain an objective view on investment opportunities and threats. In seeking to do so, it uses a dynamic framework of global investment themes. Download this industry voice special focus to learn more.
Published:08 April 2015
Business Area:Defined Contribution Pensions
Richard Bonnor-Moris, Newscape’s Head of Multi-Asset Solutions looks to establish what non risk-free investments can be combined to ensure a reasonable chance of a positive return, but a high chance of avoiding a loss that exceeds the tolerance of a cautious long term investor.
Company:Newscape Capital Group Ltd
Published:18 March 2015
Business Area:Portfolio Management
This two part paper summarises the main lessons from behavioural economics for retail financial markets and describes how behavioural economics can, and should, be used in the regulation of financial conduct.
Published:14 February 2014
A key theme in this month’s issue is understanding how risk affects us on a psychological level. In the ever-advancing area of behavioural finance it seems we can learn a lot about how we should invest, and some of these ideas are covered here. It strikes me that by understanding how we as
Company:Allianz Global Investors Europe
Published:18 November 2013