FAB launches its Global Investment Outlook 2018

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13 February 2018 17:43:56 Dubai Chronicle

The bank is bullish on equities for 2018, although expects increased volatility First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB), the UAE’s largest bank, and one of the world’s largest and safest financial institutions, has published its inaugural Global Investment Outlook report for 2018, ‘Going from Strength to Strength.’ The report examines the current global economic and investment Follow on Twitter @DubaiChronicle Full article on FAB launches its Global Investment Outlook 2018

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Davos 2018: The outlook of the global economy and we preview day 2

1.6691371 24 January 2018 09:23:12 WN.com - Europe News

The National’s Editor in Chief Mina Al-Oraibi and Assistant...

Vice All News Time24 January 2018 09:23:12

Coutts Investment Outlook 2018: Investing through disruption

1.4604949 17 January 2018 16:30:29 WN.com - Europe News

Coutts continues to see value in equities this year with particular conviction in sterling, global healthcare and alternatives. Financial credit, Europe and Japan are also identified as key opportunities for growth by Coutts in its 2018 Investment Outlook - Investing through disruption. The Outlook continues to see opportunities for investors but also recognises that the economic landscape is changing. Coutts oversaw an increase in the assets under management (AUM) in 2017, up to £17.86bn, in addition to strong investment performance, achieving first quartile compared to peers over 1, 3 and 5 years across most of its strategies, according to ARC. Mohammad Syed, Managing Director at Coutts,...

Vice All News Time17 January 2018 16:30:29

Global Focus – Economic Outlook 2018: Beware of the dog

1.3701384 08 January 2018 14:02:40 WN.com - Africa News

Back to results 08/01/2018Research/ Global 8 January 2018, London - Standard Chartered is forecasting solid global growth of 3.9 per cent in 2018. China's growth is likely to ease moderately as it continues to rebalance towards consumption from investment, and growth in the US and euro area is expected to exceed ten year averages. Monetary policy in general is likely to shift from ultra-accommodative to more neutral as inflation rises but remains well below longer-term averages. The biggest risk to global growth in 2018 is complacency; warning signs, if ignored, could turn 'barks' into 'bites'. Specifically: • Major central banks' QE exit/tapering policies will start to bite, especially in...

Vice All News Time08 January 2018 14:02:40

Outlook 2018

1.2518528 03 January 2018 18:57:43 WN.com - Africa News

'I made my money by selling too soon'. Wise words indeed from Bernard Baruch - timing is one of the great investment challenges. Investors should never get too comfortable. After a year of record highs for global stock markets, we can't claim to know whether there will be major upsets in 2018. But we do know that there is no room for complacency. One of the biggest risks for investors - and one of the hardest to avoid - is the assumption that things will stay the same: industry leaders will keep on leading, and market 'winners' will keep on winning. But the history of global stock markets is littered with companies that were once the toast of the exchanges and now no longer exist....

Vice All News Time03 January 2018 18:57:43

Israel to launch its first nanosatellites in 2018

1.2472229 03 January 2018 17:28:48 WN.com - World News

Tel Aviv, Jan 3 (IANS) The Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) and the Israel Space Agency on Wednesday said Israel will launch a group of three nanosatellites into space in 2018. The launch, which is the first of its kind in Israel, will be carried out by Dutch company Innovative Solutions In Space, which specializes in launching nanosatellites on India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), as part of the Adelis-SAMSON Project. The project was initiated by a team of researchers led by Pini Gurfil, director of the Asher Space Research Institute and member of the Technion Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, and...

Vice All News Time03 January 2018 17:28:48

Outlook 2018: Global high yield

1.2115525 13 December 2017 16:32:50 WN.com - Europe News

We believe that high yield bonds will produce positive returns in 2018. Our view is based on solid credit fundamentals, which have improved over the past year, along with strengthening economic growth across most regions worldwide and overall positive technical conditions. However, we do believe returns for 2018 will likely be in the mid single-digit range, which would primarily reflect coupon income. Despite our lower return expectations, we believe that high yield remains attractive relative to many other fixed income alternatives given its higher overall yield level. Default rate risk is moderating We expect the number of companies defaulting on their debt to decline further in 2018, but...

Vice All News Time13 December 2017 16:32:50

Outlook 2018: Global equities

1.1589884 04 December 2017 12:24:27 WN.com - Europe News

If global equities tiptoed into 2017, they certainly broke into a run as the year progressed. In the first quarter of 2017, the MSCI World index rose 5.9%. This was a bigger return than the whole of 2016. In total, the index has risen by over 18.6% to 1 December. Much of the climb was justified by improving fundamentals: Economic growth continued to gather momentum while inflation has remained stable. Although the Federal Reserve (Fed) and the Bank of England have recently raised rates, other major central banks have persisted with expansionary support. Perhaps most importantly, the synchronised recovery in global growth has translated into better earnings. In September, consensus analyst...

Vice All News Time04 December 2017 12:24:27

Adam & Company launches its 2017 Mid-Year Investment Outlook ‘Looking East’

1.1339086 14 July 2017 17:31:23 WN.com - Europe News

China's continued economic success is crucial to the prosperity of many Western businesses, but it is in fact to these Western companies that China is looking to further its own growth. The Outlook highlights how as China moves up the industrial value chain, it will develop its own Intellectual Property, and is also likely to take over Western companies to access...

Vice All News Time14 July 2017 17:31:23

Fed will have to 'reassess its outlook': Global economist

1.1064416 07 July 2017 00:14:58 WN.com - Europe News

The Fed will have to "reassess its outlook," Anna Stupnytska, global economist at Fidelity, said on Thursday. ......

Vice All News Time07 July 2017 00:14:58

Orange Fab launched in Romania

1.1064416 05 July 2017 11:15:19 WN.com - Europe News

Innovation Ecosystem Orange Fab Romania is a 1 year accelerator, designed to support entrepreneurs in developing innovating products and distributing these on the national and international markets. This program seeks to discover Romanian startups, companies that have validated their products in tests and that are able to improve our lifestyle and to establish new trends through the use of technology. The teams selected will be granted access to technologies and APIs for the further development of the product, will be...

Vice All News Time05 July 2017 11:15:19