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A trio of transformational themes

Newton mixed assets portfolio manager Simon Nichols considers three global investment themes he thinks could have a positive influence on multi-asset portfolios.

Tags: BNY Investments, Multi-Asset, Macroeconomics, Thematics, Sectors
Where to next for UK Interest rates?

Market odds for the Bank of England to cut rates in August are better than 50:50. We are less optimistic.


Tags: Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Multi-Asset
Life under Labour

Life under Labour: what is the macro background for the new Government, their likely budget plans and the impact on the economy?

Tags: Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Multi-Asset
Ask the Fund Manager, Dean Cook - How did markets do in May?

Peter Smith and Dean Cook take a look at how markets fared in May with global equities back on track and US and European stock markets hitting all-time highs.

Tags: Aviva Investors, Multi-asset
New opportunities as recession fears recede

While discounts in the investment trusts universe make headlines (the average sector discount has widened slightly over the first quarter to nearly 16%), as managers we get on with the day job of seeking out investments that have the prospects to grow and provide positive returns for the 16,000+ shareholders holding a stake in the CT Global Managed Portfolio Trust.

Tags: Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Multi-Asset, Investment Trusts
Meet the manager Bhavin Shah

Newton multi-asset portfolio manager Bhavin Shah explains his route into asset management and why it is important to embrace alternative viewpoints when investing

Tags: BNY Mellon Investment Management, Multi-Asset
Is the US set to underperform Europe and the UK?

I think the pessimism over the failure of US inflation to keep falling should reverse over the next few months. That should halt the steady decline in the scale of expected interest rate cuts across Europe, UK and US. Current expectations are 75 basis points (bp) off in Europe but only 50bp in the UK and even less in the US. That’s a dramatic change compared with the optimism we saw at the start of the year.

Tags: Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Multi-Asset - Asset Allocation, Multi-Asset
The race for rate cuts

Rate cuts have preoccupied financial markets since the start of this year. Inching towards June and the first central bank is yet to blink. The US Federal Reserve had, until very recently, been expected to take the lead. A series of stronger US CPI readings in the first quarter, largely revolving around the stickiness of core services inflation, seems to have put paid to those expectations. The April CPI figure wasn’t as bad as feared but ‘shelter inflation’, known more universally as housing rental costs is still persistently high. Now Europe has pushed forward as the more likely first contender, with June cuts being pencilled in.

Tags: Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Multi-Asset
MyFolio strategic asset allocation changes

Read about our latest review and find out why we've added global infrastructure.

Tags: abrdn, multi-asset
Thematic tailwinds in a big year for elections

Newton head of mixed assets investment Paul Flood assesses some of the investment opportunities and themes stemming from this year’s global elections.

Tags: BNY Mellon Investment Management, Sectors, Macroeconomics, Multi-Asset

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