TrackInsight, en coopération avec FTSE Russell, BNP Paribas & Invesco Powershares, a le plaisir d’annoncer son événement privé dédié aux investisseurs professionnels français le 06 Juin 2018 au Park Hyatt Vendôme.
TrackInsight, in cooperation with Legal & General Investment Management & JP Morgan, is organising the third edition of the TrackInsight Investor Summit Frankfurt. This private event dedicated to professional investors will take place on the 12th of June at the Jumeirah Frankfurt.
TrackInsight, in cooperation with Amundi and Invesco Powershares, is organising the 3rd edition of the TrackInsight Investor Summit Zurich. This private event dedicated to professional investors will take place on the 5th of June at the Kempinski Vier Jahreszeiten.
TrackInsight, in cooperation with Amundi and Invesco Powershares, is organising the 3rd edition of the TrackInsight Investor Summit Zurich. This private event dedicated to professional investors will take place on the 5th of June at the Savoy Baur en Ville.
Emerging market corporate bonds have seen a performance boost over the last month following a sell-off in other developing economy assets.
The weakening euro has provided a boost to a number of European stock markets over recent weeks, with the French CAC 40 being the latest to break out to a decade high.
Socially responsible investments (SRI) within ETFs continue to raise positive returns in 2018 and have recovered better from earlier dips compared to many other mainstream markets.
A strengthening US dollar has contributed to a reversal of fortunes for emerging market equity ETFs after a strong run, with Turkey and Latin America among those hit the hardest by the recent sell-off.
Investors’ interest in US energy stocks and oil is rising again as oil prices have rallied and surged past $70 per barrel.
UK Stocks ETFs have started seeing some positive flows once again, after the sector has been strongly out of favour with investors for months due to concerns over the Brexit and its implications for the domestic market.
A clear cautious approach can be seen in the behaviour of ETF investors in recent weeks, with flows for the latest month showing a preference for European (and global) bonds over equities.
Bond ETFs attract record inflows as investors spooked by equity uncertainty.
Infrastructure ETFs make gains as investors bet on government’s $1.5 trillion investment plan.
Steadily rising oil prices on the back of global geopolitical tensions have made oil ETFs the strongest performers but the sector still harbours fears
Mexican stocks within exchange traded funds have seen a dramatic reversal of flows as investors take to riskier markets and the country regains hope for promising trade deals with the US and Canada.
Exchange traded funds with exposure to Russian equities have suffered a significant blow from the fresh sanctions imposed on several Russian enterprises by the US government earlier in the month.
Investors have reduced their exposure to technology ETFs as threats of a trade war linger and US President Donald Trump engages in…
European large cap stock ETFs suffered outflows throughout March, according to TrackInsight data, as investors continued to fret about the political situation in Italy, the potential for a global trade war, and the possibility that the European Central Bank might be implementing tighter monetary policy.
While ETF investors may have temporarily dipped out of large cap US stocks, small caps in particular are still in the black as investors feel they will benefit from the domestic agenda.