LONDON (Reuters) – With all the booms, busts, policy fixes and financial turbulence of recent years, investors would have done well to keep it in the family — or family businesses at least.
Even though family ownership to some conjures up thoughts of cronyism, internecine feuds and succession problems, performance data shows that listed companies where families have substantial shareholdings outstripped benchmark global indices over the past five years.
Value investing suffered worst 5-yr performance since 1970s but reversed over past 6 weeks, says HSBC, who see turnaround continuing
LONDON, Sept 14 (Reuters) – As familiar as markets have
become with dramatic policy initiatives, there have not many
weeks in history where the world’s two most powerful central
banks made open-ended pledges to do all in their power to
While investor scepticism still abounds about their
long-term success, the instant adrenaline shot from the latest
forays from the U.S. Federal Reserve and European Central Bank
cannot be ignored.