Outlook 2023: European banks deserve some credit

Luca Evangelisti says that European banks are much better prepared to navigate a slowing economy, and this adds to the “through the cycle” risk-adjusted appeal of CoCos.

Outlook 2023: Shunning predictions to focus on sustainable trends

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The team at NZS Capital explain why they don’t make macro forecasts or try to predict when market focus will shift, but instead look for sustainable investable trends.

Outlook 2023: Recession, but that needn’t be bad for bonds

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Adam Darling looks ahead to the prospect of bad economic news in 2023, but explains why he hasn’t been this optimistic about bond markets for years.

Outlook 2023: Is the time ripe for emerging markets?

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Nick Payne explains why he believes emerging markets are poised for a recovery after a challenging year.

Outlook 2023: Europe, is It dawn yet?

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Mark Nichols and Mark Heslop discuss why they are staying positive, and the subtle difference between investing in European companies and investing in Europe.

Outlook 2023: Hard yards ahead for UK economy

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After a volatile year for UK investors, Richard Buxton examines the headwinds facing the UK economy and explains why there are reasons to be optimistic despite the challenges ahead.

Outlook 2023: Bonds are back

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Ariel Bezalel and Harry Richards assess the prospects for fixed income as inflation fades and growth concerns emerge.

Outlook 2023: It will pay to be open-minded and adaptable

Merlin outlook 2023

Jupiter’s Independent Funds Team look ahead to 2023, which will likely see recession but potentially also falling inflation.

Outlook 2023: Environmental solutions are crossing a watershed

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As financial markets struggle for direction, Rhys Petheram and Jon Wallace discuss the unavoidable trends shaping the future.

Outlook 2023: Time to think like a central banker about Gold

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After a volatile year for markets and an increasing lack of trust in both sovereigns and institutions, Ned Naylor-Leyland explains why it’s time to think differently about Gold.