JP Morgan Private Bank hires, MicroSectors gets DULL, LVMH has protests and glory, Twitter wants you to trade with it, CNBC’s perfect contrarian calls, bankruptcies, advertising and much more.
Gold defies headwinds with 2022 recovery
Strong ETF inflows have driven increased demand for gold in the first six months of the year, despite a weaker second quarter, finds the latest quarterly report from the World Gold Council.
Schroders favours commodities and alts amid recession risks
Investors should be exposed to oil and gold to diversify their portfolios with a view to a bleaker future.
TRP bets on tactical tilts to fight inflation
Investors seeking durable real growth amid changing inflation dynamics need to tactically adjust their asset allocation, according to T Rowe Price (TRP).
ETF inflows shore up gold
The price of the yellow metal has been resilient to the sharp rise in US real rates, because of demand for gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs), believes Pictet Wealth Management.
The FSA Spy market buzz – 8 April 2022
Nikko is hiring; Doggie ETF; BNY Mellon’s defence ESG; Hilton Hotels bets big on Asia; Golden inflows; Inflation varieties; Bond fund glory; Mortgage rate hell; and much more.
DBS backs alternatives to sail through uncertainty
The bank’s chief investment office favours gold and private assets for the second quarter of this year.
The FSA Spy market buzz – 25 March 2022
JP Morgan’s China bonds; Larry Fink on globalisation; Abrdn on emerging markets; Franklin Templeton and Taiwan; SAO in Shanghai; John Paul Getty’s wisdom; advertising gold; and much more.
Gold regains its shine during crisis
The yellow metal is becoming an irreplaceable asset to diversify portfolios, argues Schroders.
The FSA Spy market buzz – 25 February 2022
State Street hires; Fundsupermart’s busy year; Bitcoin versus gold; Oil and Johnny Walker whisky; Digital Indian ETF; Private markets and Titanbay; Titanium drama; advertising and much more.