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How a 'not too hot, not too cold' backdrop will support corporate bonds

In the US, today's corporate bond environment offers something for issuers and investors alike: a unique, yet paradoxical juncture, writes Standard Life Investments' Jon Curran.



How does forestry compare as a long-term investment prospect?

Forests do many things for us all – they scrub carbon from the air, provide a flexible building material and mitigate flood risk, according to Gresham House's Richard Davidson.



Contrarian Investor: Time to pay for what investors get with smart beta?

A new approach to index pricing could disrupt the traditional model, and enable investors to relate their fees directly to smart beta index performance, writes David Stevenson.



Is this EM rally just another false dawn?

Emerging markets have faced a perfect storm recently, writes JPMAM's Emily Whiting.



Specialist property trusts buck outflows trend in first half of 2016

Yield-hungry investors have been flocking to specialist property trusts this year, against a backdrop of falling demand for more generalist property funds.



OMGI's Message: Why the oil price is ultimately a 'self-correcting' mechanism

A number of commentators correctly highlighted at the start of the year that dividends were at risk in the resources area of the UK equity market, writes Stephen Message, manager of the Old Mutual UK Equity Income fund.



Which parts of the UK stockmarket are exciting and where are the trouble spots?

Fund managers spoke about their portfolio strategies and market views at the inaugural Investment Week Funds to Watch UK Equities conference.



MFS' Swanson: The danger for investors caught up in US/Brexit 'campaign season'

It is easy to get caught up in a campaign season, whether in the US, where the race for the White House is well underway, or in the UK, where the Brexit campaign is in full swing.



Meet the Investment Influencers: Liontrust's John Husselbee

In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to John Husselbee of Liontrust Continue Reading



Neptune US Oportunities - Under Review

FUND RESEARCH UPDATE: Morningstar Analyst Rating moved to Under ReviewContinue Reading

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