In this short video series, RLAM's Chief Investment Officer, Piers Hillier reviews various asset classes including property and commodities in this review of 2016 and offers his outlook for the coming year.Read more >
Unlike in previous tightening periods, PIMCO doesn’t expect commodity prices to go up with Fed rate hikes. Portfolio manager Nicholas Johnson explains.Read more >
Please join us for an informative webcast featuring Forward Director of Investments & Senior Market Strategist Nathan Rowader. Nathan will discuss the current state of the commodities market and his future outlook. He will also review the Forward Commodity Long/Short Strategy Fund’s Q1 performance.Read more >
During our recent "MiFIR: Beyond the Reporting" webinar, we highlighted some of the ancillary parts of MiFID II that firms are looking into in order to stay ahead of the regulatory reporting curve.
Some of the ancillary reporting obligations have not been talked about much by the industry resulting in firms not knowing enough about how they will be affected by these regulations.
Join UnaVista at this webinar on Wednesday, 1 March as we shine the light on MiFID II Commodities Positions Reporting.
You'll learn :
What requirements you have as part of the commodities position limits regime
If your firm is subject to commodities position reporting requirements
If your firm can be exempted from the MiFID II commodities regime
Commodities have underperformed other risk assets in 2013 as they have faced a combination of concerns relating to slower Chinese economic growth, worries over excess supply in several markets, and fears that the eventual withdrawal of quantitative easing (QE) in the US could result in a stronger dollar. More recently, sentiment towards commodities has improved somewhat as Chinese economic sentiment indicators have rallied while the Federal Reserve surprised investors by not announcing some tapering of QE in September, putting downward pressure on the dollar.
Join fund manager Daniel Belchers as he discusses topics including:
- Recent developments within the commodities space
- Current portfolio themes and positioning
- The outlook for commodities for the remainder of the year and into 2014
Online participants can submit questions at any time during the web conference.
Participant Dial In Number(s)
+44 (0) 20 3003 2666 - Standard International Access
0808 109 0700 - UK Toll Free
1 866 966 5335 - USA Toll Free
With non-commodity costs making up the lion’s share of an energy bill, how can businesses manage growing network charges, fixed environmental levies and a Climate Change Levy set to double in the next three years?
Inenco’s Matt Osborne and David Oliver will guide you through how non-commodity costs are forecast to change and outline strategies to mitigate them, from changing the way we think about risk management to unlocking flexibility in your business.
•Are commodities a diversification goldmine?
•Examining the sources of commodity returns
•Are some commodity indices better than others?
•Tips for transacting in commodity ETPs
With the proliferation of cloud technologies and services you don't need an army of system administrators to run your infrastructure. You can buy, build, manage and destroy a platform from your web browser. Is it really that easy?
Join Solutions Architect and Blogger, Mike Bainbridge, as he explores whether you should shift your IT focus towards consuming cloud services, instead.
Join Neil Gregson, portfolio manager for the JPM Natural Resources Fund, as he discusses the outlook for commodities and what this means for the fund.
The webconference will run for 30 minutes with Q&A starting at 9.30am.