European banks: Rising risks but not a repeat of 2011/12

By Jaisal Pastakia, Investment Manager at Heartwood Investment Management

Schroders' Keith Wade: "Time to hit the panic button?"

On the day that the Chinese New Year begins, Schroders' Chief Economist Keith Wade, comments on the risks facing the global economy

Cameron’s EU ‘renegotiation’ – the deafening silence

The so-called opposition parties? They love it!

As US corporates face more headwinds, expect more performance dispersion

By Michael Stanes, Investment Director at Heartwood Investment Management

More open external borders leads to imposing of internal borders

When a country opens its external borders to all comers don’t be surprised when borders start going up internally

Turbulence in Chinese economy creates ‘golden’ opportunity for Britain

January 28, 2016 marks 100 days since Chinese president Mr Xi Jinping made his State visit to the United Kingdom, signing investment agreements

Longest Serving Investment Company Managers Comment on market Volatility

The start of 2016 has proved a turbulent time for markets

The commodity adjustment: A boost for developed economies?

By Michael Stanes, Investment Director at Heartwood Investment Management

What does voting to stay in the EU actually mean?

Do those that would vote for the UK to remain in the European Union actually know what they are voting for?

Retailers suffer from a “Black Friday” hangover, while deficit overshoots OBR's forecast despite steep fall in December

Retailers suffer from a “Black Friday” hangover in December but cheaper fuel and tax credit U-turn mean consumer outlook remains bright

Should investors fear the Bear?

With the FTSE 100 officially moving into ‘bear’ territory yesterday, Richard Stone, Chief Executive of The Share Centre, comments on what this means for investors.

UK unemployment falls to 5.1% whilst US inflation declines

Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what today’s global economic updates mean for investors: