JP Morgan: UK could suffer if it quits EU

The Financial Times reports the bank made a submission to the UK Treasury saying the UK would have greater political sway in crossborder negotiations with the Eurozone if it is past of the EU.


World economy: back in synch -EFG INTERNATIONAL

2014 is set to be a year in which we will see a synchronised global economic upturn – with all major regions and economies posting positive growth for the first time since 2007.


Super-rich shaping world property market

Private wealth is increasingly shaping the world's real estate markets and the use of private equity in major property deals worth at least US$10 million has nearly trebled since 2009.


Developed Market Strength Persists - Market comment, LGT

Developed Market Strength Persists The once much-feared “Fed taper” triggered strong and broad gains in developed equity markets – the US economy is finally seen as robust enough to eventually continue to grow even without its monetary