LONDON The best-performing mutual funds avoided explicit directional bets on the outcome of last month's UK vote to leave the European Union, sitting out the volatility by latching on early to large, defensive, dividend-paying blue chip stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK U.S. companies, facing investors in their first profit reporting season since Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, are broadly conceding that the so-called "Brexit" could weigh on earnings.
LONDON Britain's economy will slide back into recession in the coming year, forcing the Bank of England next month to cut interest rates and start purchasing bonds again to support growth, according to a Reuters poll of economists.
LONDON Slow growth leaving swathes of the population with no real income gains for another 10 years will foster more disaffection that just bakes in political volatility and economic stagnation.
LONDON Top performing Latin America-focused equity funds delivered returns of over 40 percent in the first half of 2016 thanks to a stunning rebound in Brazil, while emerging debt funds are expected to continue to do well in the next six months.
LONDON When Britain voted to leave the European Union, the thoughts of Yorkshire teacher Grace Hall immediately turned to her family's bottom line.
LONDON The value of UK funds' assets under management has dropped by more than $40 billion in the three weeks since Britain's vote to leave the EU, largely due to the plunge in the pound, fund flows data provider EPFR said on Friday.
LONDON Investors last week poured the most cash into global equity funds since October last year and the second highest amount ever into emerging market bond funds, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on Friday.
LONDON Emerging economies will see net capital outflows of around $350 billion this year, half of 2015 levels, the Institute of International Finance said on Thursday, cutting its early-2016 forecast of a $448 billion exodus.
SINGAPORE This year's rally in emerging Asian equities and bonds is gathering steam again, shrugging off the Brexit jolt, but there is one difference: Investors are more jittery, particularly over political and currency risk.
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