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David Zahn, Franklin Templeton Investments
From Asset Allocation / Equity December 10, 2015

How can European investors generate income in a low interest rate, high volatility environment?

Greater flexibility in asset allocation, looking across the whole spectrum of equities and fixed income, is something investors should consider

From Asset Allocation / Equity October 26, 2015

High conviction strategies find alpha in ultra-efficient markets

In the hands of concentrated managers, portfolios can outperform benchmark indices even in the highly efficient US equity market

From Asset Allocation / Equity August 4, 2015

Alpha abounds in China despite significant headwinds

China continues to open up to foreign investors and although stockpickers have faced a tough time outperforming benchmarks of late, the right managers can add alpha  

Supriya Menon, Pictet
From Asset Allocation / Equity July 15, 2015

Equities offer best route to play macro themes

With a possible Grexit, lower oil prices and slowing growth in China all impacting the global economy, most private banks believe in being overweight equities, but differ in their appetites for risk 

From Asset Allocation / Equity June 22, 2015

Domestic demand drives Eastern Europe’s recovery

Growth in the CEE region is being driven by a combination of domestic demand and investments from external sources, increasing its resilience, although worries remain about Turkey and Russia in particular

Daniel Kranson, Vontobel Asset Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity June 1, 2015

Quantitative easing and weak euro boost European stockmarkets

European stockmarkets have been surging ahead but the region’s companies need to improve their profitability if the boom is to last

Anja Hochberg, Credit Suisse
From Asset Allocation / Equity April 27, 2015

European equities worth exploring

With Europe on the road to recovery and political disruptions seen as buying opportunities, is now the time for investors to increase allocations to eurozone equities?

Osamu Yamagata, Aberdeen Asset Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity March 30, 2015

Upbeat investors continue to back developing regions

Emerging markets may have struggled of late but equities look to be good value and many companies have successfully implemented reforms which should make them more profitable going forward

Ed Cowart, Nordea
From Asset Allocation / Equity March 6, 2015

Investors worried US market could run out of steam

The US economy appears healthy but stocks are expensive compared to Europe and investors are concerned equities’ six-year bull run could come shuddering to a halt

Leo Grohowski, BNY Mellon Wealth Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity January 28, 2015

Holding on to income in a world of low yields

Investors can no longer rely on high quality bonds for income, and wealth managers need to persuade their clients to take on more risk in fixed income, while also embracing equities, if they are to be successful in the hunt for yield

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