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  1. Asian stocks gain on solid US economic data

    By Himanshu Singh on 20 October 2014
    Upbeat economic figures and earnings in the US calmed tumult in global financial markets and reassured investors concerned about the health of the world economy.
  2. Pension funds at the cutting edge of ESG

    By Yixiang Zeng on 20 October 2014
    Large asset owners such as pension funds are increasingly adopting a hands-on approach to ESG to help bring about real change.
  3. US fund selection chief exits Morgan Stanley

    By Atholl Simpson on 17 October 2014
    Market veteran departs investment firm to join rival asset management group, Citywire Global can reveal.
  1. Gaining ground in global bonds: most improved managers

    By Chris Sloley on 17 October 2014
    Citywire Global uncovers the fixed income specialists posting the strongest turnaround in performance over the past 12 months.
    In This Article Nicole Montoya
    Nicole Montoya,
  2. Market indicators are flawed and obsolete, says US economist

    By Atholl Simpson on 17 October 2014
    Former fund manager and economist Zachary Karabell believes investors need to create their own tailored indicators to satisfy their needs.
  3. Citywire Miami 2014: a selection of shots from the opening day

    By Citywire Research Team on 17 October 2014
    Take a look at an assortment of images from the second annual event for US and Latin American fund selectors and investment professionals.
  4. Rates rise threat tops LatAm & US fund selectors’ risk lists

    By Chris Sloley on 17 October 2014
    MIAMI: Fund professional from across the Americas believe Fed action will have the most disruptive impact on investment strategies.
  5. Schroders equity chief: scale of market falls not justified by the data

    By Matthew Goodburn on 17 October 2014
    UK & Europe head Rory Bateman believes a serious buying opportunity has emerged as the eurozone's outlook remains unaltered despite correction.
    In This Article Rory Bateman
    Rory Bateman
  6. Top economist: Fed’s ‘hawks vs doves’ battle at 20-year boiling point

    By Atholl Simpson on 17 October 2014
    MIAMI: Bill Clinton's former economic adviser Robert Wescott is concerned about the level of in-fighting at the US Federal Reserve.
  7. UBP to launch pair of ‘asymmetry’ mixed asset funds

    By Chris Sloley on 17 October 2014
    Swiss group to unveil two Luxembourg-domiciled strategies based on mandate run since 2012, Citywire Global has learned.
  8. Overnight Markets: S&P 500 and Nasdaq inch higher on economic data

    By Himanshu Singh on 17 October 2014
    The Dow Jones was down for the sixth day as investors remained cautious amid widening Ebola scare and plunging oil prices.
  9. Flash crash: six top investors on what the correction means

    By Chris Sloley on 16 October 2014
    Leading managers and commentators weigh up whether it is time to panic or purchase off the back of widespread market pullbacks.
    In This Article Stig Tønder Geir Lode Max Anderl
    Stig Tønder, Geir Lode, Max Anderl
  10. Japan's success could hinge on pension reform, says Reyl CIO

    By Matthew Goodburn on 16 October 2014
    A shift in pension asset allocation, a weaker yen and further QE could all be supportive of further gains for Japan' equity market, says Francois Savary.
  11. Alken to reopen two funds for AA-rated star Walewski

    By Matthew Goodburn on 16 October 2014
    Asset management firm set to reopen pair of European equity funds overseen by fund selector favourite, Citywire Global can exclusively reveal.
    In This Article Nicolas Walewski
    Nicolas Walewski
  12. Boutique equity manager backs banks over ‘dangerous’ shale bets

    By Chris Sloley on 16 October 2014
    VIDEO: Smead Capital US value specialist Cole Smead believes investors are overlooking financials in favour of unprofitable alternatives.
  13. Overnight Markets: Wall Street falls on global demand concerns

    By Himanshu Singh on 16 October 2014
    An afternoon rebound helped the S&P 500 pare its biggest intraday plunge since 2011.
  14. BlackRock's Swan: HK pro-democracy protests hurting equities

    By Indira Vergis on 16 October 2014
    Speaking in Hong Kong, the Asian equity head believes markets will soon normalise but demonstrations are having a pronounced short-term impact.
    In This Article Andrew Swan
    Andrew Swan
  15. Value Partners' Cheah Cheng Hye: prepare for China's 'big bang'

    By Indira Vergis on 16 October 2014
    The co-CIO of Value Partners explains why he expects a 15% upside in the next year and how the country’s anti-corruption push will create a ‘big bang’ effect for company returns.
    In This Article Cheah Cheng-hye
    Cheah Cheng-hye
  16. Cross-border trade will boost EMD, says Investec bond manager

    By Yixiang Zeng on 16 October 2014
    Increased trade between developing nations will help provide a strong platform for growth, according to Citywire + rated Victoria Harling.
    In This Article Peter Eerdmans
    Peter Eerdmans,
  17. US veteran Roberts: how I'm positioning my unconstrained bond fund

    By Matthew Goodburn on 15 October 2014
    MacKay Shield's fixed income veteran Dan Roberts gives a snapshot of the positioning of his Nordea - 1 Unconstrained fund, in eight bite-sized chunks.
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