Global Markets Update - Monday 17 August 2015
17 Aug 2015
US and European stocks struggled to make progress after China’s shock decision to devalue the renminbi by the most in almost two decades. However, core bonds rallied as fears of deflation resurfaced.
Donald Trump - PR genius or disaster?
14 Aug 2015
Adam Shaw, Account Executive at FWD, looks at Donald Trump's presidential campaign - PR genius or disaster?
GLOBAL MARKETS UPDATE - MONDAY 10 AUGUST 2015
10 Aug 2015
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) said global economic growth will slow this year to the lowest rate since the financial crisis. It cut growth forecasts for the US and many emerging market economies, although its forecast for the eurozone was only cut slightly
A Week in the world of FWD
04 Aug 2015
Charlotte Linton shares her experience as an intern at FWD's offices in London.
Global Markets Update - Monday 03 August 2015
03 Aug 2015
Stronger US economic growth supports developed equity markets as renewed turbulence in China hits commodities.
Global Markets Update - Monday 27 July 2015
27 Jul 2015
Global stockmarkets lost ground over the week amid softer earnings reports and worries over Chinese growth.
What does Spiderman have to do with business?
23 Jul 2015
Account executive Leanne Tsang discusses brand reputation and the effect it has on the consumer's perception of a business.
Global Markets Update - Monday 20 July 2015
20 Jul 2015
Global stockmarkets powered ahead as EU officials finalised plans to provide Greece with emergency funding and the Greek parliament approved fresh austerity measures. Signs of stabilisation in the Chinese market and generally positive earnings reports were also supportive.
Exchanging people, exchanging ideas
17 Jul 2015
Adam Shaw, Account Executive at FWD, recounts the week he spent working with Grupo Albión - the Worldcom partner in Madrid.
Global Markets Update - Monday 13 July 2015
13 Jul 2015
Developments in Greece and China’s shares dominated news headlines throughout the week. The Greek referendum demonstrated an overwhelming desire to reject the terms of the country’s bailout conditions. Yet, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras later presented terms to creditors that appeared harsher than those rejected in the referendum. As Chinese shares continued their rout, trading in around 50% of domestic shares was suspended.