Hear from Nutmeg's expert investment team.
Understand what's moving markets and how this impacts you, with regular updates on the state of the investing landscape, specialist views, and deep dives into asset classes, sectors and international markets.
Nutmeg investor update: July 2023
6 July 2023|4 min
In this month’s update, Nutmeg’s head of portfolio management, Pacome Breton, answers questions on the global inflationary outlook, the latest economic data from the UK and the rest of the world, as well as giving an update on the performance of equity and bond markets in June.
Why we welcome a return to negative equity-bond correlation
29 June 2023|5 min
As the twin pillars of multi-asset investing, a well thought out mix of equities and bonds is core to building diversified portfolios. Recent behaviour of both asset classes is providing some compelling reasons for investor optimism.
Nutmeg investor update: June 2023
9 June 2023|5 min
In this month’s update, Nutmeg’s chief investment officer, James McManus, outlines how the UK appears to be lagging other countries when it comes to controlling inflation, while also updating us on the latest from China as it continues to work its way back to full capacity.
Nutmeg investor update: May 2023
10 May 2023|4 min
In this month’s investor update, director of investment strategy Brad Holland answers questions on the earnings reporting season and its impact on markets, and recent changes to the Nutmeg portfolios which have seen us ‘neutralise’ our positioning in bonds.
Why we’re no longer underweight government bonds
5 May 2023|5 min
After a torrid year for government bonds in 2022, there’s been more positive signs from the asset class so far this year. We explain what’s changed, and why the Nutmeg investment team is no longer underweight the asset class versus our risk benchmarks.
Is now a good time to invest?
29 March 2023|7 min
Markets are going through another volatile period, and your investments may well have fallen in value recently. However, if you are investing with a long-term horizon of at least three years, could now be the right time to put more of your money to work?