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  • Janus Henderson: Europas Nischenunternehmen dominieren den Markt

    17.10.2017 | 12:25

    Janus Henderson: Europas Nischenunternehmen dominieren den Markt

    Eine exzellente Infrastuktur und herausragendes Know-how, wie man es nur in Europa findet, - davon profitieren international in Nieschenmärkten tätige europäische Unternehmen. Der Aktienmanager Simon Rowe erläutert die Vorteile einer solchen Anlage und welche Firmen weiterhin als attraktiv bewertet werden.

  • Janus Henderson: Alison Porter for the decision of the EC to Amazon

    05.10.2017 | 13:17

    Janus Henderson: Alison Porter for the decision of the EC to Amazon

    In a move similar to the $14.5 billion Apple was required to repay Ireland, the EU is today asking Amazon to return $294m back to Luxembourg.

  • Janus Henderson: China’s industrial rebound

    05.10.2017 | 10:32

    Janus Henderson: China’s industrial rebound

    ​In this Q&A, China portfolio managers Charlie Awdry and May Ling Wee, discuss China’s unexpectedly strong economic growth this year, which has been driven by a robust pick up in industrials. They explain why sector reform and rising producer prices could turn this into a more sustainable trend.

  • Janus Henderson: UK money trends improving

    02.10.2017 | 10:23

    Janus Henderson: UK money trends improving

    UK money trends have firmed since early 2017, suggesting that GDP growth will recover from its soft first-half pace.

  • Janus Henderson: There’s a new yield curve to predict recessions

    29.09.2017 | 11:21

    Janus Henderson: There’s a new yield curve to predict recessions

    Ashwin Alankar is Global Head of Asset Allocation and Risk Management at Janus Henderson. He explains why high-yield credit markets now look to be a better barometer of economic conditions than US Treasuries.

  • Janus Henderson: Euroland money numbers better but trends cooling

    28.09.2017 | 11:38

    Janus Henderson: Euroland money numbers better but trends cooling

    Euroland money measures rebounded from July weakness in August. Six-month growth, however, has fallen since early 2017, suggesting that GDP expansion will moderate in late 2017 / early 2018.

  • Janus Henderson: Snap election opportunity may strengthen Abenomics

    27.09.2017 | 11:13

    Janus Henderson: Snap election opportunity may strengthen Abenomics

    The recent calling of a snap election in October by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appears to be a tactical move to shore up political support to extend his term in office. According to recent polls, Abe has traditionally enjoyed a support ratio of around 50%, but this fell to around 30% during July and August this year.

  • Janus Henderson: Merkel seeks new allies for her fourth term

    26.09.2017 | 09:04

    Janus Henderson: Merkel seeks new allies for her fourth term

    The Federal elections in Germany produced a result that is broadly in-line with expectations. Chancellor Merkel will now try to form a coalition, probably with the Free Democratic Party (FDP) and Greens, but from a much weaker position than previously, as the protest vote against Europe’s incumbent political leaders continues.

  • Janus Henderson Investors ernennt Jim Cielinski zum Global Head of Fixed Income

    22.09.2017 | 09:18

    Janus Henderson Investors ernennt Jim Cielinski zum Global Head of Fixed Income

    Jim Cielinski übernimmt die Leitung des Fixed Income Teams, das mit über 100 Anlagespezialisten rund um den Globus herausragende risikobereinigte Renditen für seine Kunden anstrebt.

  • Janus Henderson: Bank of England needs to revisit balance sheet policy

    21.09.2017 | 13:20

    Janus Henderson: Bank of England needs to revisit balance sheet policy

    In an interview with CNBC, Mitul Patel, Head of Interest at Janus Henderson Investors, shares his views on the Bank of England’s balance sheet policy, the likelihood of higher rates in the UK and Governor Carney’s latest remarks on rising levels of neutral rates.

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