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COVID-19: outlook for dividends in 2020

COVID-19: outlook for dividends in 2020

Ben Lofthouse, Head of Global Equity Income, and Jane Shoemake, Investment Director, assess the outlook for global dividends given the wide-reaching implications from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Technology stocks’ financial strength is key to weathering the coronavirus storm

Technology stocks’ financial strength is key to weathering the coronavirus storm

Alison Porter, Graeme Clark and Richard Clode from Janus Henderson’s Global Technology Team explain why the tech sector looks well positioned to brave the coronavirus-induced uncertainty and highlight how as active managers they are maintaining a laser-like focus on companies’ financial strength.

European equities: uncharted waters
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European equities: uncharted waters

John Bennett, Director of European Equities, provides a ‘quick view’ update covering the recent market sell-off and portfolio positioning.

COVID-19: cautiously optimistic on Asian equities from an income perspective

COVID-19: cautiously optimistic on Asian equities from an income perspective

Mike Kerley, Asian income equities portfolio manager, shares his views on the latest developments in Asia and discusses the investment implications from an income point of view.

Essentials: the Pan European Property Equities Strategy

Essentials: the Pan European Property Equities Strategy

Guy Barnard, Co-Head of Global Property Equities, and Nicolas Scherf, portfolio manager, provide an introduction to the Pan European Property Equities Strategy, the benefits of investing in listed real estate and why the team believes their approach is unique.

Global tech: actively managing the coronavirus impact

Global tech: actively managing the coronavirus impact

Alison Porter, Graeme Clark and Richard Clode from the UK-based Global Technology Team assess the impact of the coronavirus on tech companies and shares their near-term views for the sector, as well as portfolio implications.

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Coronavirus: does it change the outlook for Chinese equities? UK

Charlie Awdry, China equities portfolio manager, shares his views on the current coronavirus outbreak, its impact and the implications for portfolio positioning.

China: resilient despite challenges

In this video, China equities portfolio manager May Ling Wee shares the reasons why despite a slowing economy, geopolitical adversity and ratcheting down of global growth expectations, there is evidence that China can weather the turmoil. May Ling also discusses sectors that are offering attractive investment opportunities.

An evolving role for Asian dividend-paying stocks

An evolving role for Asian dividend-paying stocks

In this video, Sat Duhra, Co-Manager of the Asian Dividend Income Strategy with Mike Kerley, discusses the sectors that are likely to offer the most attractive dividends and, how improving corporate governance is boosting the dividend culture in Asia. Sat also examines portfolio positioning and key risks for investors.

UK election reaction: continuity and change
Quick Views Brexit UK

UK election reaction: continuity and change

Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK Multi-Asset Team, gives his reaction to the UK election result and what it means for the Brexit process.

Quick view: UK election signals inflows and takeovers

Quick view: UK election signals inflows and takeovers

In this video, Laura Foll, UK equities portfolio manager, outlines the initial reaction of markets to the clear Conservative majority in the UK election. She also looks at the two key longer-term implications for investors in the UK equity market.

The outlook for healthcare stocks in 2020

The outlook for healthcare stocks in 2020

In the US, healthcare was a political focal point in 2019, and will likely remain so in 2020. But amid impeachment proceedings and rampant discord in Washington, the odds that the US Congress will pass sweeping healthcare legislation look low, says Portfolio Manager Andy Acker. Meanwhile, the threat of reform is prompting more innovation, which could help drive growth over the long term.