Investors have tentatively started to add to their European equity positions following an 18-month hiatus, after the European Central Bank's actions lessened concerns the euro will fall apart.
Multi-managers and wealth managers have begun to dip their toes back into the beleaguered continent and are reducing underweight positions on fears they could miss out on a stampede back into the asset...
Active funds took 'brunt of selling' during the month
Likelihood of 30 January rate cut rises
Misuse of audio feed
'Advisers are the GPs of investing'
Keep your paraplanners close
Outside the family circle
PFS renews its warning to industry
In relation to 151 bonds