With the start of May just days away, should investors heed the old adage to ‘Sell in May and go away, don’t come back till St. Leger Day’, which advocates selling out of the stock market for the summer months?
John Wood of J O Hambro, and fund manager of the St. James’s Place’s General Progressive fund believes that large multinational companies may have their headquarters in London but “their performance is not driven necessarily by what happ
The newspaper, which lists the 1,000 wealthiest individuals and families in the UK, ranked the richest hedge fund managers in Britain.
Unlike his parents who rented their whole life, Berlin resident Sebastian lives in his own apartment and is considering buying a second property in the German capital as an investment to top up his pension one day.
o there is another reason why Europe isn’t growing and it’s one the central bank can do nothing about. Namely, the 19 governments of the Eurozone and the super-state in Brussels have essentially outlawed it
Saudi Arabia moves up on the consumer confidence scorecard in 2015 despite low oil prices Consumer sentiment negatively affected by 2015's challenging economic and market backdrop with India, China and Saudi Arabia remaining robust. The mega-trend o
The investment industry is unveiling ever-more options that steer money toward companies that are leaders in cutting pollution, pushing for better labor conditions or protecting shareholders' interests.
The IoD report, published yesterday, has been put together by a group of large city shareholders and companies to find ways to improve the way pay is awarded. In particular, the report wants reform of long-term bonus schemes and more transparency.