Should investors be worried about tariffs?
Talk of tariffs and trade wars have dominated the headlines, but what's the real economic impact? The Ivy team share their views.
Talk of tariffs and trade wars has dominated the headlines, but what's the real economic impact? The Ivy team share their views.
Volatility is the nature of oil prices and is likely to continue in the next year. Uncertainty about supply and demand is adding volatility and remains a key issue for the market now.
Hong Kong, a global leader in banking and finance, is bracing for the arrival of so-called virtual banks — financial institutions without physical branches where all transactions are online – reports CNBC.
There is concern about an inverted yield curve, which has been a precursor to several past recessions. But we do not believe a downturn is on the horizon.
OPEC is boosting output, U.S. shale oil production is growing again, emerging markets are demanding more energy – where might oil prices go from here? Watch the highlights as Ivy’s energy investment team’s discusses key issues and opportunities.
What’s in store for the second half of 2018? Get the Ivy Investments team’s views in our Midyear Global Outlook.