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  1. US equity bull run is far from over, says veteran Cowart

    By Matthew Goodburn on 31 July 2014
    The 40 year market veteran believes investors have shrugged off macro concerns and there is still plenty of value to be found in US equities.
  2. Natural talent: three most improved global resources managers

    By Chris Sloley on 31 July 2014
    Citywire Global shines a light on the specialist investors posting the strongest turnaround in performance over the past year.
    In This Article Joachim Berlenbach
    Joachim Berlenbach
  3. Overnight Markets: Nasdaq gains after Fed decision on rates

    By Himanshu Singh on 31 July 2014
    Banking shares gained the most after the US central bank gave a rosier assessment of the US economy.
    Content From BNY Mellon Investment Management
  1. Finding returns in a low-yield world

  1. Argentina is not set for 2001 default redux, says LatAm star

    By Philipp Sandmann on 31 July 2014
    Citywire AA-rated manager Charles Biderman says odds are high for an Argentinian default but crisis seen over a decade ago won't be repeated.
    In This Article Charles Biderman
    Charles Biderman
  2. UK boutique soft launches leveraged long/short equity fund

    By Chris Sloley on 30 July 2014
    Independent asset manager unveils new approach designed to build on existing European equity absolute return strategy.
    In This Article Leonard Charlton
    Leonard Charlton
  3. Healthcare manager quits AXA IM

    By Chris Sloley on 30 July 2014
    Former Citywire AA-rated sector specialist resigns following seven years with investment firm.
    In This Article Gemma Game
    Gemma Game,
  4. The Asian market investors can’t afford to ignore

    By Atholl Simpson on 30 July 2014
    Hermes’ Asia ex-Japan specialist says it is impossible to ignore the decade-low valuations present in this market.
    In This Article Jonathan Pines
    Jonathan Pines
  5. Time to trim EU periphery plays, says small cap star Lugo

    By Luca Rossi on 30 July 2014
    Franklin Templeton’s Citywire A-rated manager has cut holdings in Greece, Italy and Spain and is looking to use capital to tap US insurers.
    In This Article Edwin Lugo
    Edwin Lugo
  6. Top rated equity duo exit London-based boutique

    By Chris Sloley on 30 July 2014
    Pair of star fund managers depart independent investment firm leading to change in portfolio line-ups, Citywire Global can reveal.
    In This Article Christian Diebitsch
    Christian Diebitsch,
  7. Don’t expect Indonesia to echo India’s ‘Modi mania’, says EM star

    By Chris Sloley on 30 July 2014
    Citywire AAA-rated manager Matt Linsey believes comparisons between the two markets could be misguided.
  8. Trawling the tech wilderness: why it's time to go off-benchmark

    By Dan Roarty on 30 July 2014
    AllianceBernstein’s Daniel Roarty explains why the fast pace of change in the tech sector can damage index-huggers.
  9. Fidelity hires ex-JPM and Aberdeen bond chief

    By Robert St George on 30 July 2014
    Asset manager makes senior appointment following promotion of previous head of European fixed income portfolio management.
  10. Overnight Markets: US stocks decline on weak outlook from UPS

    By Himanshu Singh on 30 July 2014
    United States’ new sanctions on Russia in the energy, arms and finance sectors further weighed on investors’ sentiment.
  11. Gold explorers on mining giants’ buy-list, says Templeton’s Land

    By Atholl Simpson on 29 July 2014
    The US group’s mining specialist believes there could be a rise in M&A activity within the gold and precious metals industry.
    In This Article Stephen Land Fred Fromm
    Stephen Land, Fred Fromm
  12. Markets are priced to perfection, says total return credit chief

    By Chris Sloley on 29 July 2014
    Pictet’s Raymond Sagayam adopts defensive stance as he believes there is little margin for error in credit markets.
    In This Article Raymond Sagayam
    Raymond Sagayam,
  13. Asian equity star: battle for China’s smartphone market is hotting up

    By Chris Sloley on 29 July 2014
    Citywire AA-rated Elizabeth Soon believes major players will struggle to crack the underpenetrated market as local firms up their game.
    In This Article Elizabeth Soon
    Elizabeth Soon
  14. Morgan Stanley teams up with Asian boutique for fund launch

    By Chris Sloley on 29 July 2014
    Asset manager adds Hong Kong-based group’s Japan-focused cyclicals hedge fund to alternative funds platform.
  15. BlackRock hard-closes European equity long/short fund

    By Chris Sloley on 29 July 2014
    Asset manager stems flows into Alt Ucits strategy following strong level of subscriptions since the start of the year.
    In This Article Zehrid Osmani David Tovey
    Zehrid Osmani, David Tovey
  16. The lone outperformer in biotech equity revealed

    By Chris Sloley on 29 July 2014
    Citywire Global uncovers the only fund manager to outperform the average biotech manager in each of the past five years.
  17. Three reasons why ING IM is cutting its Europe equity exposure

    By Matthew Goodburn on 29 July 2014
    ING IM's senior multi-asset strategist explains why the company has removed its overweight stance and where it is now looking.
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