Markets grind higher amid Turkish turmoil as the Lira lost over 20% of its value versus the US Dollar. Ian Slattery reports.
Apple grabs the headlines, as earnings leads markets higher, and companies such as Walt Disney and Glencore will be in focus this week as earnings season continues, Ian Slattery reports.
It was a positive week for investment markets with economics, earnings, and European trade leading equities higher, writes Ian Slattery.
David Walls, Head of Retail Investment Sales explains why Zurich made the decision to strengthen its proposition with the addition of a ‘bricks and mortar’ property fund.
In his half yearly investment outlook, David Warren, Zurich's Chief Investment Officer explains that while trade issue are adding to market volatility, Zurich remains both active and vigilant.
Political uncertainty remained in focus for markets as US-China trade faced challenges, and closer to home, Brexit talks enter a new phase. Ian Slattery reports.
When it comes to investments, active asset allocation is more important than the active vs passive debate, writes Richard Temperley, Head of Investment Development.
Will the G7 summit and the long awaited meeting of President Trump and Kim Jong Un in Singapore this week impact the markets, asks Ian Slattery?
The markets experienced some volatility against a challenging political backdrop and trade tariffs are likely to dominate at the G7 Summit in Quebec, writes Ian Slattery.
Equities were a mixed bag and oil paused for a breath, as politics dominated European markets. Ian Slattery reports.