Will the SFDR fill advisers’ ESG gaps?
New legislation due to come into effect in March promises to pave the way for better reporting and disclosure of ESG risks.
25th Feb 2021
The Week: All change for fixed income
It’s starting to get nasty in fixed income markets, with yield rising and prices tumbling. Is this the moment the ‘lower for longer’ trade finally comes to an end?
24th Feb 2021
Introduction to the M&G Global Listed Infrastructure Fund
Fund manager Alex Araujo, discuss the M&G Global Listed Infrastructure fund in detail.
23rd Feb 2021
ESG isn’t impact
David Halfacre, Partnership Development Director & Investment Director, Veronique Chapplow discuss the different types of investment strategies within the responsible investment spectrum and tackles t...
M&G Sustainable Multi Asset Fund Range: 5 Key Questions
Maria Municchi, fund manager of the M&G Sustainable Multi Asset Fund range, answers five key questions about the newly launched fund range in just five minutes.
M&G's commitment to a 'net zero' future
M&G is determined to support the goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 through its global investments and corporate behaviour.
M&G Investments | Introduction to the M&G Global Listed Infrastructure Fund
22nd Feb 2021
M&G Investments | ESG isn’t impact
M&G Investments | Top 3 themes for bond investing in 2021
The start of 2021 brings new challenges for bond investors, as returns from corporate and government bonds keep getting squeezed. Andrew Eve, Investment Specialist, reveals three areas of fixed income...
Pensions ‘in-depth’: the lifetime allowance
Paul Kennedy and Paul Squirrell, FundsNetwork’s tax and pension experts, discuss some important considerations around the initial phase of planning, on establishing the client’s individual lifetime al...
22nd Feb 2021
Top 3 themes for bond investing in 2021
Why this may be Asia’s century…and why it might not
The world is used to dancing to the US’s beat. The US has been economically, culturally and militarily dominant for much of the last sixty years. However, recent events have weakened its hand.
19th Feb 2021
Market briefings looking back at January
A selection of articles, written by our expert investment writers that cover the markets looking back through January.
17th Feb 2021
The Week: Woodford’s back…and he’s right about one thing
It’s safe to say Neil Woodford’s comeback hasn’t been universally welcomed.
US market review: President Biden takes office
Politics and economics were intertwined in the US during January as President Joe Biden took office. America’s 46th President has inherited a faltering economy.
16th Feb 2021
UK equity income market review: Dividends fall to eight-year low
Eight years of growth was wiped off UK dividends during 2020, according to Link Group’s Dividend Monitor. Dividend payments fell by at a headline rate of 44% year on year.
UK equity market review: Fresh lockdown for the UK
As Covid-19 infection rates continued to spread during December and into January, new lockdown measures were imposed across the UK.
UK bond market review: Lacklustre outlook for the UK economy
The yield on the benchmark UK gilt dipped early in January as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced fresh lockdown measures to stem a rapid increase in Covid-19 infections.
Global bond market review: Bond yields lifted by hopes of US stimulus spending
Global bond yields rose during January as the news that the Democratic party had gained control of the US Senate stoked hopes of higher stimulus spending and a consequent boost to inflation.
Europe market review: Outlook for Europe remains subdued
Europe was blighted by a fresh wave of lockdown measures during January in response to rising Covid-19 infection rates. Economic activity in the eurozone is unlikely to recover to pre-pandemic levels...
Emerging market review: China posts best quarterly growth for two years
China’s economy achieved its most rapid quarterly expansion for two years during the final three months of 2020, posting growth of 6.5% during the period.
Asia Japan market review: Hopes of US stimulus boost sentiment
Despite a surge in Covid-19 infections that led to a state of emergency being declared in the four prefectures of Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, and Kanagawa, Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 Index reached a thre...
5 things to know about ‘The Great Reset’
The Great Reset is a new initiative from the World Economic Forum and the Prince of Wales, designed to guide governments across the world down the path to a more resilient, sustainable world beyond co...
15th Feb 2021
Serving a purpose
As we move into the recovery phase of the pandemic, Fidelity Global Focus Fund Manager Amit Lodha examines the strong linear relationship between companies with a high ESG rating and their valuation m...
15th Feb 2021
China, the West and the rest: progress on vaccine rollouts
Our health care analyst discusses the wide-ranging approaches taken by countries across the globe to vaccinate their populations and what that might mean for a global recovery - in health and in wealt...
Inside Fidelity: Sustainable engagement
Discover the value of engagement and how active ownership can drive positive change and benefit both shareholders and stakeholders. In the first of our 2021 quarterly series, we outline our current ke...
Fidelity International | Fidelity Live: The Analysts
Fidelity’s Global Head of Investment Research, Ned Salter is joined by analysts Juliet Pursaill and Federico Wynne, where they discuss the sentiment shifts they're seeing across their respective secto...
Square Mile Research: Breaking through the noise
How can investments be used as a force for positive change? In this short video, Square Mile outline their commitment to building a common language around Responsible investment.
Square Mile Research
15th Feb 2021
Inflation – are you scared?
Inflation has gone from bogeyman to benign, but could that be about to change as economies revive?
10th Feb 2021
The Week: Stock markets: a year since the crash
Even though markets have recovered since the crash in February 2020, they have held plenty of surprises for investors.
FundsNetwork's Pension and ISA allowances guide
FundsNetwork's client guide ‘Reap the benefits of tax efficient savings’ provides the key tax information that your clients need to make the most of their annual allowances.
9th Feb 2021
What is ESG?
How many of us think about where our money goes? Are we worried about climate change and how our money is invested?
Re-registration – are you up to speed with the FCA’s new rules?
From 1 February 2021, to facilitate more platform-to-platform switching, new FCA rules have come into force.
Diversified Income Fund
A tried and tested defensive return strategy with a proven track record of protecting the downside in weak markets and capturing the upside in less challenging conditions.
5th Feb 2021
Global Environment Fund
Seeks to capture the structural decarbonisation growth story – investing in companies that are driving the transition to a low carbon world.
UK Alpha Fund
A core UK equity fund investing in a high-conviction portfolio of attractively valued, quality businesses
UK Sustainable Equity Fund
Investing in companies making a positive contribution to the future of society and the environment.
Global Total Return Credit Fund
A dynamically managed, diversified, global credit solution seeking an attractive yield in today's low-yielding markets.
The Week: The new-found enthusiasm for emerging markets
Investors have been showing renewed interest in emerging markets. Is this the right way to play the reflation trade?
4th Feb 2021
Global update: “Unintended consequences”
Financial markets are becoming increasingly vulnerable to a sharp correction that would, in turn, jeopardise stability, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
2nd Feb 2021
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