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    Shifting fortunes on the road back to normality

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    The peak of the liquidity-driven market and the rebalancing of global growth will have different effects across developed and emerging markets, says Paul O’Connor

    European companies are benefiting as skies clear over the Eurozone

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    European companies are benefiting as skies clear over the eurozone and global growth broadens

    Walking the narrow path between equities and bonds

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    Chris Burvill on walking the narrow path between equities and bonds

    A balanced approach to equity income investing

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    A balanced approach to equity income requires more than just a focus on headline yields

    The appeal of absolute return funds

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    Absolute return funds aim to deliver a positive return through all market cycles – but that is often where their similarities end

    The April 2014 issue of Global Snapshot

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    The latest issue of the Global Snapshot provides a round-up of the main developments in economics, bonds, currencies and equity markets in March 2014. Plus Simon Ward, Henderson’s Chief Economist, shares his latest economic views.

    The case for real estate remains strong

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    Guy Barnard explains that capital continues to seek out income-producing assets and real estate is a key beneficiary of this environment. He points to encouraging signs of rental growth, helped by a lack of new supply in most markets.

    ECB: outside chance of action

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    The ECB left rates unchanged at the record low of 0.25% at its 3 April meeting while officials seemed to signal that European quantitative easing (QE) is not off the table. James McAlevey, Head of Interest Rates, gives a brief view of the latest ECB meeting.

     

    Fixed income perspectives: implications of a hawkish Fed

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    Analysing the key messages from the latest FOMC meeting, the first with Chair Yellen at the helm; plus reasons why credit is likely to outperform government securities in 2014 despite political and economic uncertainty.

    Japan — hubble, bubble, toil and trouble

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    As has been the case in the past, Japan is misbehaving once again. Equities have slipped since the beginning of the year and foreign investors have turned sellers of Japanese equities having been large buyers of ‘Abenomics’ last year. But is such action justified?