Changes in the age profile of populations will have a significant impact on demand for real estate; influencing the type, functionality and locations that are likely to be popular writes Monika Sujkowska.
The risk of the UK exiting the European Union without agreeing its future relationship appears to have risen in recent weeks. We consider the ramifications of such an outcome for the UK economy and sterling-denominated assets.
Correlations in equity markets have fallen dramatically since the beginning of 2017. We look at the drivers of this trend and the implications for investors.
Italians will head to the polls in the spring to elect their next government. Despite recent electoral reforms, Charlie Diebel explains why Italian uncertainty is unlikely to disappear.
A new survey draws attention to widespread flaws in sell-side research. But the advent of MiFID II may provide an opportunity for investors to push for change, write Steve Waygood and Anita Skipper.
The Japanese electorate will go to the polls on October 22, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeking a stronger mandate for his policies. In this Q&A, Maulshree Saroliya explains what’s at stake for investors.