Investors took a second referendum on the UK’s Brexit deal last week: the result was a resounding no.
In this edition of Rathbones Review we take a closer look at India’s ongoing transformation and the radical reforms that are fuelling change.
Equities took another battering last week, with oil and technology stocks hit hardest.
A summary of our research report highlighting why younger generations will have to work more, save more or spend less
To help us filter out the day-to-day nonsense and make sense of how Brexit could develop over the coming year, we’ve created a simple decision tree.
Markets were dominated by US politics last week, with investors first holding their breath and then pondering how America will fare with a split Congress.
At Rathbones, we take a multi-asset approach to investing, which provides us with the flexibility to meet individual needs. In order to construct portfolios effectively and manage risk, we divide assets into three building blocks, which play different roles – liquidity (mostly safe-haven government bonds and cash), equity-type (such as shares, corporate bonds and emerging market debt) and diversifiers.
October was a brutal month for investors, with a simultaneous rise in bond yields and sharp correction in equity markets. In English, this means the value of both bonds and stocks headed the same way: down.