The long-term outperformance of the US stock market has many possible explanations: it has a more flexible and efficient corporate culture…
Dividend pay-outs from UK companies reached a new first-quarter record during the first three months of 2019, according to Link Asset Services’ most recent Dividend Monitor, rising at an annualised headline rate of 15.7% to £19.7 billion.
Today’s headlines warned of a ‘feemageddon’ for asset managers, as a new report showed fees on US equity funds fell to a new record low last year.
As Norway’s sovereign wealth fund snaps up bargain-basement British assets, is it the start of a tentative revival?
Having dominated financial markets in 2018, political issues intensified into 2019 in the UK and the US.
Commercial property funds have caught the eye of the regulator again, after nervous investors withdrew £315m from the sector in December.
With the yield on UK shares at a level not seen since the financial crisis, are investors missing a bargain?
As investors adjust their portfolios for 2019, what will be the key considerations for the year ahead?
2018 hasn’t been a classic year in markets, here are a number of reasons why investors can look forward to 2019 with more enthusiasm.
2018 will be a year that many investors would rather forget.
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