Does Eurozone QE now make “Grexit” more likely?

Unprecedented stimulus in the eurozone is having a positive effect on asset prices and underlying economic growth. Barry Norris of Argonaut Capital Partners suggests ECB will, if necessary, monetise the debt of all eurozone sovereigns, thereby undermining its unique vulnerability to a sovereign debt crisis. In turn, he argues, it is increasingly likely that Greece […]

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Best Performing Europe Funds

Despite the headwinds facing the European economy, there are some positive factors to consider in the region this year. Morningstar profiles three best-performing funds, including the T. Rowe Price European ex-UK Equity, suited to investors seeking to gain exposure to Continental Europe.

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Essex latest pension fund to commit to direct lending

Essex Pension Fund has become the latest to introduce an allocation to direct lending into its alternatives portfolio, as scheme interest in the asset class ratchets up. Pensions Expert discusses the trend with Greg Fedorenko of pensions consultancy Redington.

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Ardevora’s stock unpicking pays off

Ardevora’s Jeremy Lang speaks to FTfm’s Steve Johnson on why stock ‘unpicking’ – or rejecting, rather than choosing stocks – has paid off for himself and colleague William Pattisson.

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Are we doing enough to prepare for retirement?

Government-led policy is helping us save more and give us the freedom to do what we want with our cash on retirement. But is that enough to eradicate pension poverty? Emma Wall sits down with Patrick O’Sullivan of pensions consultancy Redington to discuss the changes in the pensions industry.

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A tale of two tech titans: Apple v Amazon

Josh Spencer, manager of the T. Rowe Price Global Technology fund, believes there are still some dramatic opportunities available for investors in the tech sector. Focusing on two of the largest tech giants, he makes a bull case for Amazon and a bear case for Apple.

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