Reported record net flows for 2015
UK indices have been caught in the eye of the storm and are down more than 8% since the start of the year at the time of writing.
Stance remains Brexit should be avoided
To cut 10,000 jobs
FTSE dragged down 0.5%
Oil price slipped below $30 a barrel in January
The resources sector presents a real conundrum for investors, especially those orientated towards income, says Miton's Eric Moore.
2015 biggest ever year for M&A
GDP grew 0.5% in Q4 2015
According to global data
Coping with investment challenges
January is famous for containing the most depressing day of the year. But the New Year malaise seems to have gone further this year, infecting equity markets and leaving investors nursing multiple headaches.
Sticks to large cap exposure
Follows China growth figures and UK inflation
Up from 0.1% in November
Shift into US equities
Tough period for financial firms
Tineke Frikkee, manager of the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Income fund, says careful stock selection will be even more important in 2016.
Investors searching for sustainable and structural growth opportunities can still find a more attractive combination of earnings growth and value outside the FTSE 100, according to Fraser Mackersie is manager of the Unicorn UK Growth fund.
Supermarkets on the rise
Martin Walker, fund manager at Invesco Perpetual, explores the attractive valuation opportunities in the oil and banking sectors.
Fallers also included retailer Next
Shanghai Composite index plummets 7%