Morgan Stanley Investment Management continues to follow market developments closely following the UK's vote to leave the European Union in the Referendum on 23 June 2016. In the event that you have any questions regarding the funds, or the positions in the funds, that you hold, please contact your MSIM representative.
The next few weeks are critical in determining whether the UK exit from the EU triggers a global systemic crisis, says Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Jim Caron.
Higher inflation, lower growth, a weaker currency and significant consequences in the EU and around the globe are expected, says Jacob Nell, Morgan Stanley's UK economist.
Brexit, while potentially a historic change to Britain's relationship with the rest of Europe, will not happen overnight.
Ruchir Sharma offers a system of 10 rules for distinguishing the good economies from the average and the ugly, in his new book The Rise and Fall of Nations: Forces of Change in a Post-Crisis World.
Ruchir Sharma offers a system of ten rules for distinguishing the good economies from the average and the ugly, in his new book The Rise and Fall of Nations: Forces of Change in a Post-Crisis World.
The world economy is fighting the friction generated by the 4Ds: deglobalization, depopulation, deleveraging and de-democratization.
Kristian Heugh defines the key differentiators and core values of his team’s investment process, focusing on competitive advantage and quality companies able to create value through growth.
In his interview with Barron's, Kristian Heugh discusses the team’s investment approach and provides examples of high-quality companies he considers to be market disruptors with resilient competitive positions.