Schroders' Brookes offers his views
Findings come from occasional paper
Campaigned for by the Investment Association
Appetite for UK Equity Income boosts flows
There has been a sharp increase in investor belief that bond markets are overvalued, sparking fresh fears of a price bubble just weeks after the US interest rate rise.
Bigger risk than bond liquidity
Shifts in currency and equity positions
Fears of unwinding of QE
RLAM predicts retail investment boom
Gross suing for more than $200m
The announcement by Stewart Investors that Angus Tulloch and Jonathan Asante are stepping down from a number of funds will have unsettled investors, perhaps far more than any other high profile manager moves of the past.
Asia Pacific Leaders fund changing to sustainability strategy
Mark Barnett and Richard Woolnough funds proving both popular and unpopular with advisers and investors
Star manager's business bagged more than £900m in net retail sales
Two funds to be run by external groups including Schroders and TwentyFour
Reasons to watch fixed income
Allianz Global Investors' Mike Riddell shares his views
Investors want short duration
Index fund pioneer eyes 'handful' of funds within next year
Group does not expect resurgence in demand for funds with total £77m assets
Old Mutual Global Investors is to launch an Absolute Return Government Bond fund for the former Ignis rates team, headed up by Russ Oxley, seeding the vehicle with £100m.
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Standard Life Investments (SLI) has confirmed it is set to merge away 11 former Ignis mandates which duplicate existing SLI strategies.
Investor sentiment fell to its lowest level since May 2013 in September, a Lloyds Private Bank survey has revealed, on the back of growing concerns over China.