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Mind the (converging) gap: a regime change in the making?

By Richard Halle, Fund Manager, M&G Investments

Embark Adviser newsletter

Nine months ago financial media was awash with headlines that read ‘the death of value’. After seeing initial recovery last September, and more violent moves since the positive news on COVID vaccines last November, now it would be hard to find a strategy note that doesn’t talk about the great value rotation.

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Embark sponsors Bikestrong-KTM, backing road racing at all levels

By Ross Fisher, Embark Group

General news, Press Release

Embark Group (Embark) has announced today that it is now sponsoring Bikestrong-KTM, a British race team and cycling club.

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Horizon multi-asset funds expand platform distribution as flows continue to grow

By Fraser Blain, Horizon by Embark

Press Release

The award-winning Horizon multi-asset fund range, part of the Embark Group, is now available on both the 7IM and Nucleus platforms.

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Emerging from the winter of discontent

By Salman Ahmed, Global Head of Macro and Strategic Asset Allocation, Fidelity International

Embark Adviser newsletter

As we move through the second quarter of 2021, the global economic recovery continues apace, although market volatility and ‘mini tantrums’ are testing central bank credibility.

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Much Ado About Inflation

By Natasha Ebtehadj, Portfolio Manager, Columbia Threadneedle Investments

Embark Adviser newsletter

While it may be a comedy, Much Ado About Nothing is nevertheless full of intrigue and action – a parallel with financial markets perhaps – and so we have put recent developments in the context of a Shakespeare play: Much Ado About Inflation!

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High-yield bonds: set for success, selectively…

By Jack Holmes, Fund Manager, Armetis Investment Management

Embark Adviser newsletter

High-yield bonds appear set for success. Are markets set to follow a similar path over the coming years – delivering superior returns to their investment-grade counterparts?

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