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At Man GLG, we believe that different investment styles and approaches can be effective. Consequently, we encourage independent thinking, unconstrained by a house view. You can explore this mindset though our GLG Views.
Europe has struggled to keep pace with the US in recent years, given weak earnings and heightened political uncertainty. But could markets finally be reaching an inflection point?
The terms ‘innovation’ and ‘disruption’ are often used in investment circles, but it’s clear that these words mean different things for different companies.
The last 20 years have seen negative correlations between stock and bond prices. This is against the precedent of history: for the preceding 250 years the correlation was consistently positive.
The Mexican Peso could currently make a good claim to be one of the most unloved assets in the world, with speculative shorts close to record highs. Here we discuss some structural reasons why the selloff might be overdone.
The Mexican peso has become somewhat unloved since the U.S. presidential elections, as testified by net speculative short positioning and price action of the currency.
We present evidence arguing for the existence of alpha in EM, and showing the importance of using micro and macro perspectives.
From our CIO
Regular commentary by Pierre-Henri Flamand, CIO of Man GLG, exploring a range of topics across markets, regions and sectors. Pierre-Henri works closely with Portfolio Managers across Man GLG, and these articles give insight into the team’s regular discussions on the issues impacting investment.
After a gruesome October, what lies ahead as the bull market chunters towards its inevitable end?
The valuation divide between European and US stocks is also being reflected in capital market activity. Could inflation turn that?
We believe for the best-run banks in Europe, you’d need some fairly apocalyptic tail events to justify current pricing.
Even at current multiples, we believe there exists the potential for some notable medium-term returns in the French market.
Trump is looking for a tariff headline win in the next few months. What this ‘win’ would look like, though, is unclear.
With European stocks lagging the US and China, the ECB's dovish approach to QE tapering is a welcome boost – but for how long?