Asset managers are preparing for a rebound in UK equities, as an easing of coronavirus restrictions is expected to follow a swift roll-out of vaccinations.
By Gary Clifford-Newman, Vice President, Prime Services Sales at London-headquartered brokerage Sova Capital. Clifford-Newman joined Sova Capital in 2018 and focuses on delivering prime services for hedge funds and managers accounts covering equities, fixed income, futures and options execution, prime-financing and custody solutions.
A new year in Chinese markets: Global investor allocations to China debt and equities set for continued growth
As Chinese New Year celebrations draw near, investor expectations for China’s equity and debt markets are set high for the Year of the Ox.
The Vienna Stock Exchange has adopted new index calculation technology, the new Vienna Index Engine (VIE) has been developed in partnership with German software and consulting company msgGillardon.
Cboe Global Markets is to introduce early trading on the Cboe EDGX Equities Exchange beginning at 4:00 am ET, with order acceptance beginning at 3:30 am ET, from Monday, 8 March, pending regulatory approval.
Investors pulled back from equity funds in January, with appetite for risk assets dampening as global coronavirus cases registered a post-holiday surge.
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has appointed Anthony Byrne to the new role of Head of Bond Markets.
Active equity funds celebrated their best month in five years in December, as data from funds network Calastone reveals that half of the month’s GBP1.7 billion investment flows in active equity went towards ESG funds.
Institutional allocations to private markets to rise again in 2021, finds Commonfund investor survey
Institutional investors are planning to increase allocations towards private markets in 2021, with a particular focus on small and medium-sized US private equity funds as well as venture capital, secondary and co-investment funds, according to Commonfund Capital’s fourth annual private markets investor sentiment survey.
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) listed 831 securities during 2020 against the backdrop of the coronavirus (Covid-19) global pandemic.