Richard Hodges, fund manager of the Dynamic Bond Trust, takes a dynamic approach to fund management and here he will outline his current view on credit markets and how he is positioning his fund to cope with a volatile environment.
Our Economist, Tim Drayson, provides a fresh update on our latest macroeconomic views. He will examine the health of the world’s key economies and the difficulties they face both today and in the future.
Our economist Tim Drayson will provide a fresh update on how he views the state of the world's major economies, with analysis of the key challenges that still face developed market governments. Joining him will be Ben Gill, the manager of our Global Macro Themes Fund. Ben will provide insight into his own macro economic views and how these are being reflected in his active managed portfolio.
Join our webcast on Thursday 12 April at 10:15am for an update from our economist Tim Drayson about recent macro-economic developements and our outlook for the future. Afterwards fund manager Richard Black will discuss the positioning and performance of our UK Equity Income fund and the opportunities for income investors in the UK stock market.
Join our UK Alpha Trust webcast on Tuesday 20 March at 10am to hear Richard Penny, manager of this award-winning fund, provide an update on recent performance and where he is finding opportunities in the market.
Join us on Friday 16 March at 10:15am to hear from Emerging Markets Strategist, Brian Coulton, who will focus on the growth outlook for Asia. Fund Manager, Paul Hilsley will provide an update on the Asian Income Trust.
Join our webcast on Friday 17 February at 10:15am when economist Tim Drayson will discuss our outlook for the major world economies, followed by fund manager Ben Gill with an update on our Global Macro Themes Fund.
James Syme, co-manager of the JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Strategy, reviews the Strategy's performance over Q2 2016 and provides an update on the team's outlook for the asset class and current portfolio positioning.
Conflicting signals from global equity and bond markets are clouding the outlook for income investors. George Efstathopoulos makes sense of this complex backdrop and outlines where we are currently finding sustainable income across Fidelity’s Multi Asset Income fund range.
News headlines have been dominated by politics in recent weeks, with the fallout from the UK’s EU Referendum triggering sharp moves in currency markets and government bond yields. As uncertainty lingers and concerns set in about broader structural issues, now is as good a time as ever to ask ‘where next for bonds’? In a live and interactive webcast, Ian Spreadbury and Sajiv Vaid will take your questions and look at the implications of Britain’s uncertain place in the political and financial order. Listening to this webcast qualifies for 45 minutes of CPD accreditation.
EM- exit! Le Brexit: par ici la sortie - ne courez pas tous en meme temps!
Rejoignez nos experts pour une conférence qui examinera les opportunités d’investissement qu’offrent les marches émergents à la suite du ‘Brexit’. Apres la décision historique du Royaume Uni de quitter l’Union Européenne, nous analyserons son impact global, et vous présenterons le cas amélioré pour les marches émergents.
Veuillez noter que cette conférence se tiendra intégralement en langue française.
Brexit doesn't mean EM- exit! Back in April we explained why we believed emerging market equities were likely to outperform developed markets in 2016 and possibly beyond. At the time we implicitly assumed the UK would vote to stay in the European Union (EU) however the opposite has happened. Now that the "Brexit" dust has settled, we want to ask the key question, whether the UK's decision to leave now means Emerging Markets will further outperform Developed Markets in 2016?