It has been a cracking start to 2021 for investors, but eeking out gains in the second half of the year may be tougher.
Until the last few weeks, the global recovery had surprised with its strength. However, recently the signals – on jobs, on retail sales, on inflation – have been more mixed.
Although China’s strong economy recovery is helping to support developing economies across Asia, lockdown-related restrictions are reducing domestic demand in many economies
The annualised rate of UK inflation surged during April from 0.7% to 1.5%
The global economy is flying, but with structural imbalances building, will its strength be reflected in markets?
The latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend index should make encouraging reading for beleaguered income seekers.
For US treasury secretary Larry Summers believes that the Fed is ignoring the risks of inflation and could be sowing the seeds of financial instability.
As investors became increasingly sanguine about prospects for the UK economic recovery, share prices generally rose during April …
Global equity markets generally rose during April, buoyed by encouraging economic data from the US.
US earnings season has been a blast. Companies have been smashing it out of the park on profitability and growth as they put the pandemic behind them.
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