Policymakers at the US central bank opted to cut the key federal funds rate by 25 basis points to a range of 1.5% to 1.75% during October.
As US manufacturing slides, how important is it for global economic growth? And would trade talks resolve the problem?
Fund managers are fond of emphasising that they focus on stockpicking rather than troubling themselves with the broader macroeconomic landscape.
While the ECB and Federal Reserve are loosening monetary policy, the UK is holding out. Why?
The dominance of large growth stocks over unloved value names has proved the John Maynard Keynes adage that markets can stay irrational longer than investors can stay solvent.
The Federal Reserve has bitten the bullet on interest rates, but will the 25bps cut make any difference to the global economy?
The UK is not the only place undergoing a change of leadership.
The third anniversary of the Brexit referendum came and went in June, and still, the issue of Brexit remained up in the air.
Open-ended funds aim to hold enough cash in reserve to allow the manager to meet redemptions without having to sell holdings.
Bond yields fell during May as the trade conflict between the US and China took an unexpected turn.
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