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Generali Fund Closure

Following the announcement that the European Central Bank will lower eurozone interest rates, the fund managers of both the HSBC Euro Liquidity Fund and the JPM Euro Liquidity Fund have decided now to close these funds to all new business. The funds have been replaced with the Investec GSF Euro Money Fund and all premiums […]

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Weekly Market Review – Growth Agenda

Weekly Market Review for Week Ending 25th of May 2012 The economic debate in Europe appears to have become increasingly polarised between ‘austerity’ and ‘growth’. Although International Monetary Fund (IMF) chairman Christine Lagarde has, among others, rightly suggested this is a false choice – another commentator has likened it to arguing about where to stand […]

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Weekly Market Review – Rocking Le Bateau

Weekly Market Review for Week Ending 4th of May 2012 The euro is already falling as the newly elected French President Francois Hollande enters the Elysée Palace. France’s election of a socialist candidate, who has stood on an anti-austerity, tax-and-spend platform, is widely seen as putting the increasingly fragile eurozone in real danger. The French […]

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Weekly Market Review

Review of the Markets for Week Ending 23rd of March Investors might be forgiven for thinking nothing much happened last week except for the Budget – though, as it was, Chancellor George Osborne’s third effort was largely neutral for them. Arguably more interesting was a report from Goldman Sachs strategists Peter Oppenheimer and Matthieu Walterspiler, […]

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Is Your Fund a Dog?

Bestinvest has just launched it’s latest “spot the dog” report. This bi-annual survey names and shames the poorest performing funds across a range of investment sectors (income, international, emerging market etc). As you can imagine there are those in the fund management industry who are not particularly fond of this report. Some of the names […]

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