The equity market upturn of the past six months can be expected to cool in Q2, when we will have a modest overweight in equities and see greatest potential in European equities, says Danske Invest’s chief analyst Jan Holst Hansen in his market commentary.
Chief analyst still positive on equities
Danske Invest’s chief analyst Jan Holst Hansen still sees no sign of global growth slowing two months into the new year.
Danske Invest FCP funds to be transferred to Danske Invest SICAV.
Q & A: Expert picks in Eastern European equities
How did Eastern European equities fare in 2016, and where will the chief portfolio advisor focus in 2017?
Growth set to continue in 2017 despite elections in Europe
Danske Invest’s chief analyst gives his take on the financial markets for the coming year.
New portfolio manager for Danske Invest China
Christina Chung from Hong Kong is tasked with finding the most attractive Chinese companies to invest in.
The chief analyst's three scenarios for the global economy
Bo Bejstrup Christensen sets his economic outlook for the rest of 2016 – including worst and best case.
New fund: Sustainable corporate bonds
Danske Invest has launched a new fund with corporate bonds selected on the basis of sustainability and responsibility criteria.
BREXIT: Don’t play the hero by plunging into equities
While Brexit is not the end of the world, chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen urges investors to await developments.
Visiting Europe's largest pharmaceutical companies
Sector specialist Claus Henrik Johansen has visited four companies included in Danske Invest’s global and European equity funds. Here is his update.
Less of a tailwind for global equities
Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen from Danske Invest explains why we have reduced our equity weightings.
Chief analyst: How we approach the Brexit referendum
The UK referendum on EU membership is contributing to a deteriorating risk/reward ratio for investors.