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Philippe Brugere-Trelat, Franklin Templeton
From Asset Allocation / Equity April 10, 2013

Money moves into European equities as region steps back from the brink

Last year’s rally in European equities was mainly due to the likelihood of a eurozone break-up diminishing, but corporate earnings need to improve if this momentum is to continue

Robert Horrocks, Matthews Asia
From Asset Allocation / Equity April 8, 2013

The continued rise of the Asian consumer

Asian consumer stocks have been hot for many years now, but do they still provide good value?

Julien Seetharamdoo HSBC
From Asset Allocation / Equity February 28, 2013

Investors probe deeper into developing economies

Investors are looking for under-valued stocks in the biggest emerging markets, while smaller or less mature economies are also proving popular

Bill McQuaker, Henderson
From Asset Allocation / Equity February 28, 2013

Go for growth or value in the equity space?

Henderson's Bill McQuaker and BNP Paribas' Florent Bronès discuss whether investors looking to equities should head for growth or value-orientated stocks

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From Asset Allocation / Equity January 31, 2013

Stepping away from the edge

As politicians in the US scrambled to avert the dreaded fiscal cliff, asset managers responded by repositioning portfolios, anticipating 2013 will be a good year for equities

Manuela D’onofrio, UniCredit Private Banking

Robert Farago, Schroders
From Asset Allocation / Equity December 4, 2012

Should investors favour European or US equities?

Robert Farago of Schroders Private Bank (left) and Oliver Gregson from Barclays debate whether investors should head for European or US equities

Eric Verleyen, Société Générale Private Banking
From Asset Allocation / Equity September 25, 2012

Appetite for risk returns but clouds gather in the East

Markets have reacted favourably to the ECB’s bond buying scheme and investors are taking on more risk, but China’s slowdown is worrying

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From Asset Allocation / Equity June 28, 2012

Financial crisis catalyst for change in asset allocation

Rather than dealing in asset classes, investors should be thinking in terms of categories of risk to protect their portfolios

From Asset Allocation / Equity March 28, 2012

European equity funds provide rich pickings

The huge number of European equity funds on offer provides plenty of opportunities, but fund selectors need to be aware of managers’ preferences for their home nation

From Asset Allocation / Equity February 28, 2012

European equities and economy following different paths

Worries over the eurozone remain, but European equities are attractively priced, while many of the continent’s large cap companies are well-positioned to make major inroads into emerging Asia

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