Three key forces have supported growth for most European markets so far this year, but structural flaws still need to be addressed, explains Morningstar's Jose Garcia Zarate.
The UK economy is forecast to continue its solid growth over the next few years, with temporary deflation helping consumers while political events dominate the headlines.
It's not Greece going to the polls that presents the greatest risk to regional stability, says Morningstar's Jose Garcia Zarate
Recession risk is no longer just a case of weak peripheral economies; the whole area is suffering from global trends, says Morningstar's Jose Garcia-Zarate.
The gap between the core economies and the periphery is beginning to close, but challenges remain, says Morningstar's Jose Garcia Zarate.
A resilient labor market and rising home prices are helping drive U.K. consumption but are doing little to correct long-term imbalances, says Morningstar’s Jose Garcia Zarate.
On average, investors underperform a simple buy-and-hold strategy by 3% per year, says Barclays' Greg Davies. So how can we avoid making bad investment decisions?
Morningstar's Daniel Needham explains how investors can use a value strategy to dictate their asset allocation over time.
Gareth Thompson of [codepotato] outlines the essential steps to building--and maintaining--a great financial adviser website.
The overall growth picture looks quite weak, but valuations of European stocks look compelling, says Morningstar OBSR's Peter Toogood.
There are good opportunities in Europe if you believe that the region's political leaders will be able to hold the euro together, says Seven Investment Management's Justin Urquhart Stewart.
While all of Europe is feeling an economic pinch, there continue to exist numerous companies that offer long-term competitive advantages.
Morningstar Spain's Fernando Luque explains the reaction in Madrid to news of a bank bailout, further problems facing European governments, and a potential outcome for the eurozone.
Katie Koch of Goldman Sachs Asset Management explains why they're optimistic on global growth over the next decade and which eight economies will be the world leaders.
Schroders' head of GEM equities says after a tough year, emerging market valuations are extremely attractive and a shift in sentiment is all that’s needed to trigger a substantial rebound.
Fidelity's Tom Allen says the downturn may have slowed growth in some areas, but has raised it in others. Plus, he comments on Longtop Financial and overseas opportunities.
Long-only bond investors have no coupon cushion anymore, says JPMorgan Head of Absolute Return and Opportunistic Fixed Income Strategies Bill Eigen. Plus, get Eigen's take on emerging-markets and high-yield debt.
High-quality global companies domiciled in the developed markets are offering very undemanding valuations, says BlackRock's Dennis Stattman.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder sees the winding down of consumer, financial, and housing leverage as being a key driver of bond investing during the next 10 years.
Schroders' Allan Conway tells Morningstar U.K.'s Holly Cook why he believes that emerging markets are less risky than developed markets right now.
Interest rates may continue at low levels for quite awhile with deflation being a live risk, says Roger Bootle, author and managing director of Capital Economics.
A BofA Merrill Lynch October survey reveals fund managers' appetite for risk has grown to its hungriest level in more than three years.
We ask the chief of InterContinental--the company behind the Holiday Inn brand--10 questions about his outlook for travel and how the downturn has changed the industry.