Structural worries on a number of fronts have sparked sharp falls in Asian stocks.
Equity markets are experiencing turbulence but the authorities have tools available to calm markets.
Eurozone equities have had a volatile summer but the region’s economy continues to recover and improvements in corporate earnings should drive further share price advances.
China’s central bank has taken steps to devalue the renminbi. The initial direct impact on eurozone equities is fairly limited but certain sectors and companies have more pronounced exposure.
With growth having rebounded in the second quarter and inflation forecast to rise above 1% in 2016, we believe the Bank of England looks set to raise interest rates early next year.
With investors increasingly turning their attention to income-generating equities, we explore some features of income investing in Europe as well as current opportunities.
Marcus Brookes, Head of Multi-Manager, takes a look at what triggered China's stockmarket gains and the subsequent weakness.
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