Posted on Friday, July 28th 2017 at 03:11pm

Chief economist and Head of GAM Investment Solutions, Larry Hatheway, discusses the outlook for global equity and bond markets, his expectations for the remainder of the second quarter earnings season and monetary policy over the next quarter.

Posted on Wednesday, June 14th 2017 at 10:21am

European equities, weighed down by political concerns, have appeared undervalued for a year. However, with political risk fading and the euro zone economy simultaneously strengthening, that could be set to change. According to Aviva.

Posted on Tuesday, June 13th 2017 at 01:20pm

An interview with Nordea Markets’ Chief Asia Analyst, Amy Yuan, about the impact of regional and global geopolitical uncertainty, declining Chinese growth and the threat of protectionism on the main Asian economies.

Posted on Tuesday, March 28th 2017 at 12:10pm

Ian Ormiston, manager of the Old Mutual Europe (ex UK) Smaller Companies fund, reacts to the news that the UK government will trigger Article 50 on Wednesday 29 March and will leave the European Union in two years’ time

Posted on Tuesday, March 28th 2017 at 11:39am

Chief Economist and Head of GAM Investment Solutions, Larry Hatheway, comments on the outlook for markets, his expectations for monetary policy and the biggest risks to investors in the next quarter

Posted on Wednesday, February 22nd 2017 at 04:20pm

After three painful years, the luxury sector is turning a corner. This shift is bringing new investment opportunities, but GAM investment director Scilla Huang Sun believes that the recovery will not be uniform across the sector, meaning careful stock selection is key. She presents the trends and themes to watch this year.

Posted on Tuesday, February 14th 2017 at 03:24pm

Factors Affecting UK Real Estate Finance

Posted on Friday, January 20th 2017 at 03:45pm

Comparing this year with the last

Posted on Tuesday, January 10th 2017 at 01:19pm

John Redwood on the outlook for the year ahead

Posted on Friday, January 6th 2017 at 03:30pm

Asia-Pacific real estate is affected by Trump election according to Aviva Investors.