A no deal or hard Brexit will have the same negative impact on the UK economy as a natural disaster says State Street Global Markets' Michael Metcalfe.
Will tax changes in the U.S. prolong the economic cycle or cause inflation to jump?
Passive fund providers have bowed to pressures to engage with ESG issues.
Mark Williams, manager of the Liontrust Asia Income fund, talks about Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump, and the impact on stock market returns.
As an asset class, emerging-markets bonds can be appealing, but valuations are less attractive today, says Morningstar Investment Management’s Tanguy De Lauzon.
With economic growth in the eurozone, there is an increased demand for manufactured goods, materials, and energy--all provided by Eastern Europe.
Gary Greenberg of Hermes Global Emerging Markets Fund is focusing on bottom-up stock-picking rather than macro or country themes.
The subdued market reaction to election results is a reminder that macro events will have limited impact on long-term valuations, says Morningstar Investment Management’s Dan Kemp.
Morningstar U.K. Senior Editor Emma Wall spoke to three experts about how a hung parliament will affect stock markets and the economy.
Indian stocks rallied after the appointment of Narendra Modi as prime minister but subsequently fell; Ashburton's Jonathan Schiessl says now is the time to buy.
The textbooks tell us innovation is good for the economy, but as robotics and technology disrupt the status quo, could your portfolio returns be impacted?
Fidelity's Anna Stupnytska warns that global growth has peaked--and so has the reflation trade.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron's lead moving into the second round of the presidential election is being cheered by markets, says Morningstar Investment Management's Cyrique Bourbon.
A snap U.K. general election in June adds another layer of uncertainty in Europe this year and could lead to market volatility.
Global Challenges Foundation’s Mats Andersson thinks there is no tension between building a sustainable and a profitable portfolio, if you have a long enough time horizon.
Davis' Associates Chris Davis says the best time to invest is when you have the money, and to ignore market 'noise.'
Actively managed funds that have high overlap between their holdings and the index have substantially underperformed, says professor Martijn Cremers.
Interest rates, regulations, valuations and more are some of the key questions facing bank investors today, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal.
Franklin Templeton's Michael Hasenstab warns investors not to be too complacent about rising interest rates.
Aberdeen's Head of Global Emerging Markets says India will be the best performing emerging market over the next decade.
UK interest rates have been cut for the first time in more than seven years as the Bank of England moves to boost the economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Central bank policy is divided, but there are profits to be made in fixed income if you can stay one step ahead of the Fed, ECB, and Bank of Japan, says JP Morgan's Bob Michele.
We have more borrowing, more leverage, more government debt relative to GDP than we have ever had with no attempt to get it down, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle
Long-term investors should embrace volatility, as it offers opportunities, not risk, says Morningstar Investment Management's Dan Kemp.
JP Morgan's Stephanie Flanders says that markets remain challenging for investors even if global recession fears are unfounded.
Millennials are adopting lifetstyles mindful of their impact on society and the environment - and they want their investment portfolios to reflect this commitment too.
James Donald, emerging markets fund manager at Lazard, only invests in companies which treat all shareholders in a fair and equal way.
It isn’t easy being different, but having a disciplined valuation framework can help keep your emotions in check, says GMO’s James Montier.
Incremental gains in caloric consumption over the next decade will be massive enough to drive big global changes within food categories--and these firms could benefit.
Equities popped after Prime Minister Cameron retained power, but valuations may be getting overstuffed, writes Morningstar U.K.'s Emma Wall.
Investors should control for real risk--namely, the risk of losing money--at all times in their portfolios, says Oaktree's Howard Marks.
Oil's drop has left some firms vulnerable without a competitive advantage, but other quality companies look undervalued today, says Morningstar's Allen Good.
The market's positive expectations of the ECB's bond-buying program should provide a boost to European stock and fixed-income markets.
Although a possibility of contagion exists, other emerging markets are more insulated from problems in Russia than in years past, says Morningstar’s Jose Garcia Zarate.
Having one of the world's longest partnerships between countries dissolve could have large implications for the eurozone and beyond, says Newton Global Strategist Peter Hensman.
Economists give their views on the impact Ukraine's problems could have on the global economy and how they may affect equity and commodity markets.
Many developed-country health-care firms have deep roots in emerging markets and can be a good way to gain exposure, says Morningstar’s Damien Conover.