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  1. SLI’s US equity head: three high conviction banking stocks to back

    By Matthew Goodburn on 30 September 2014
    VIDEO: Jeff Morris sets out the large, mid and small-cap ideas to watch for the year ahead and states the major challenges the US market as a whole faces.
  2. Fidelity hands LatAm expert new EM equity fund

    By Chris Sloley on 30 September 2014
    Asset management expands developing world strategy range with new ‘go anywhere’ approach, Citywire Global can reveal.
    In This Article Alex Duffy
    Alex Duffy
  3. Emerging markets top shopping list for Italian selectors

    By Chris Sloley on 30 September 2014
    ROME: Investment professionals show overwhelming support for developing world debt and equities as asset classes to back.
    Content From Standard Life Investments
  1. Unconstrained Investing - The Freedom to Perform

  1. Buy and hold equity veteran adds two luxury names

    By Luca Rossi on 30 September 2014
    Citywire + rated Franz Weis drops Prada and unveils new bets as he bolsters emerging market growth potential in his European equity fund.
    In This Article Franz Weis Arnaud Cosserat Laurent Dobler
    Franz Weis, Arnaud Cosserat, Laurent Dobler
  2. LA-based fund firm brings large cap strategy to Europe

    By Emily Blewett on 30 September 2014
    Asset management group teams up with European specialist investment company to launch Ucits-compliant version of fund.
    In This Article Patrick Meegan
    Patrick Meegan,
  3. BlackRock Asia FI chief backs region’s currencies to outperform euro

    By Chris Sloley on 30 September 2014
    VIDEO: Joel Kim, head of Asian fixed income at BlackRock, outlines how investors can play diverging policy paths in the region.
  4. The lone outperformer in Europe ex UK equity revealed

    By Chris Sloley on 30 September 2014
    Citywire Global uncovers the regional specialist posting consistent outperformance in the sector over the past five years.
    In This Article Dean Tenerelli
    Dean Tenerelli
  5. Consumer staples no longer a defensive bet, says Invesco's Fraikin

    By Luca Rossi on 30 September 2014
    The Citywire + rated manager has started to reduce his exposure to the sector and thinks it has become less diversified than in the past.
    In This Article Thorsten Paarmann
    Thorsten Paarmann
  6. Overnight Markets: Wall Street down on Hong Kong tensions

    By Himanshu Singh on 30 September 2014
    Ford shares fell 7.5% and the stock was the S&P 500's biggest percentage decliner after it lowered its outlook late during the session.
  7. Stabilising Total Return fund is 'top priority’, says PIMCO’s Balls

    By Matthew Goodburn on 29 September 2014
    EXCLUSIVE: Newly-appointed global chief investment officer stresses the need for continuity following exit of Bill Gross.
    In This Article Andrew Balls Mihir Worah William H Gross Mohamed El-Erian
    Andrew Balls, Mihir Worah, William H Gross, Mohamed El-Erian
  8. GLG Partners soft-closes Japan CoreAlpha equity funds

    By Chris Sloley on 29 September 2014
    Asset management firm restricts inflows into overall $10.5bn strategy due to concerns over liquidity in the Japanese market.
    In This Article Stephen Harker Neil Edwards Jeffrey Atherton
    Stephen Harker, Neil Edwards, Jeffrey Atherton
  9. Citywire Asia 2014: final day photos from our fund selector event

    By Citywire Research Team on 29 September 2014
    A selection of shots from Citywire Asia’s flagship event for fund selectors held at Bangkok’s Peninsula Hotel.
  10. Dutch group bolsters small-cap equity team with new hire

    By Chris Sloley on 29 September 2014
    Asset management group names 12-year market veteran as European equity specialist within UK-based team.
  11. Swiss group strengthens mixed asset unit with double hire

    By Chris Sloley on 29 September 2014
    Pair of former Lombard Odier IM managers assume investment director roles within specialist cross-asset unit, Citywire Global understands.
  12. Dr. Doom: why we shouldn't fear deflation

    By Yixiang Zeng on 29 September 2014
    Marc Faber, AKA Dr. Doom, explains his grim view on western monetary policy and why falling prices shouldn't be a cause for concern.
  13. Going beyond Gross: ex-PIMCO star’s performance put to the test

    By Harry Brooks, Chris Sloley on 29 September 2014
    DISCOVERY: Citywire Global takes an in-depth look at the size, scope and standing of the famed bond manager’s investment funds.
    In This Article William H Gross Jeffrey Gundlach Curtis Mewbourne Mark Kiesel Scott A. Mather Mihir Worah
    William H Gross, Jeffrey Gundlach, Curtis Mewbourne, Mark Kiesel, Scott A. Mather, Mihir Worah
  14. PIMCO names AAA-rated income star as Gross successor

    By Chris Sloley, Atholl Simpson on 29 September 2014
    Deputy chief investment officer steps up to senior role following departure of co-founder, asset management firm announces.
    In This Article Andrew Balls Mohamed El-Erian Mihir Worah Virginie Maisonneuve Scott A. Mather Saumil Parikh Mark Kiesel
    Andrew Balls, Mohamed El-Erian, Mihir Worah, Virginie Maisonneuve, Scott A. Mather, Saumil Parikh, Mark Kiesel
  15. Lipper on Gross: bond veteran's Janus switch defies historical analysis

    By Michael Lipper on 29 September 2014
    The Wall St veteran believes the decision to hire the former PIMCO man could reverse a trend of poor manager selection for Janus.
    In This Article William H Gross
    William H Gross
  16. Winds of change: Euro equity star ends bear stance on renewables

    By Luca Rossi on 29 September 2014
    Citywire + rated James Rutherford believes wind installations are growing fast in EM and considers India, Brazil and Mexico to be highly attractive markets.
    In This Article James Rutherford
    James Rutherford
  17. Hong Kong leads decline in Asia stocks

    By Himanshu Singh on 29 September 2014
    Shares fell, led by a rout in Hong Kong, after clashes between police and pro-democracy protesters in the Chinese city.
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