Market timing, although scoffed at by many as impossible or pointless, has taken on far greater importance in the last few years
With the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development now working on plans to tackle international tax avoidance by multi-national corporations, and summer rapidly turning to autumn in the UK, we expect to see a change in emphasis in the Great Ta
The IMF has confirmed what much of the economic news in the past few months has been telling us. In the ebb and flow of global economics, the developed world has been riding up the crest of a wave. But emerging markets, to continue the maritime analogy, h
Financial industry executives routinely use index products to benchmark their investment performance, but the majority of users are unhappy with the license restrictions and overall value they receive from index providers.
The paper also discussed how factors such as volatility, inflation, growth, interest rates, currencies and correlations may drive returns in the short term as well as in the long run.