Markets are undergoing various transitions that make volatility very likely in 2019, according to Suzanne Hutchins, the global investment manager at $64 billion Newton Investment Management, BNY Mellon's thematic investment boutique. These transitions include the withdrawal of central-bank liquidity and rising interest rates. In an interview with Business Insider, Hutchins explained how her fund was carrying out a capital-preservation strategy designed to limit losses in 2019. By one...


Become a member to take advantage of more features, like commenting and voting.

Jobs to Watch