The oil industry is in a state of flux. The recent collapse in oil prices, in tandem with increases in supply, has led to significant changes within the industry. In this article, Bria Murphy, Equity Analyst, looks at the reasons for the oversupply of oil, OPEC’s unprecedented response to this oversupply, and the likely future of oil prices in this changing landscape.
There’s a delicate balance between paying your child to do work and ensuring your child doesn’t expect to be paid for everything they do.
Will the global economy accelerate again in 2016? In this article, Brian O'Reilly, Head of Global Investment Strategy, outlines some important developments that will shape the economic and investment outlook in 2016, including how he thinks the key regions will fare.
What lies ahead for the UK economy in 2016? In this article and summary video, Alan Werlau, Senior Investment Strategist, looks at the UK economic recovery in the year ahead. He also explores how the main UK asset classes – equities, fixed income, currencies, and commercial property – are positioned to perform in 2016.
Will the Irish economy continue to grow in 2016? In this article, Robbie Kelleher, Senior Investment Strategist, looks at some of the challenges facing the Irish economy that could potentially impact the recent recovery.
MarketWatch spoke with Alan Werlau, Senior Investment Strategist, to hear his views on what the year will bring for investors in 2016.
Cranes are visible again on the Dublin skyline. The property market is moving to a new stage of the cycle where supply and demand should become more balanced. In this article, Robin Potter Cogan, Director at Davy Real Estate, analyses Dublin’s commercial property market.
The likelihood of the euro hitting parity against the dollar is growing by the day. Could this be a good opportunity for investors to lock in some dollar gains?
High yield (‘HY’) bonds, or what are better known as junk bonds, have dominated the front pages of the financial press over the past year and not for good reasons.
The yields on both cash deposits and bonds are so low that many are finding it almost impossible to generate enough income from their hard-earned savings.