Pound has 'robust qualities'
Before tax loss of £4.6bn
Up from 1.6% in December
Good for nominal dividend growth
'Everybody hates it'
Blow to Theresa May
Just three strat bond funds gain five Crowns
EU trade is no major halting block for pound
Pound's best day since 2008
Fell 1.6% to $1.1986 this morning
Boost from weaker sterling on Brexit fears
Guy Glover, manager of the F&C UK Property fund, gives his outlook for the sector after a turbulent 2016.
Follows 'Santa rally'
JPMAM's Andreas Michalitsianos (pictured), manager of the JPM Sterling Corporate Bond fund, discusses how investment grade corporate bonds can act as a buffer in a rising interest rate environment.
HNWs across the globe surveyed by ComPeer
Sterling's weakness after the Brexit vote should be seen in the context of longer-term concern regarding the UK's current account deficit, writes EFG Asset Management chief economist Daniel Murray.
The precipitous drop in sterling is set to boost dividend payouts from UK blue-chip companies this year. But this should not be taken in isolation by investors as a signal to buy.
Becoming more bullish on sterling
Risen 4.8% in November
Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) Equity Income fund manager Martin Cholwill believes there is a danger of investors concentrating too heavily on pension deficits when looking at UK companies - despite the fact deficit figures have spiralled in recent...
Uncertainty about what Trump may do
Increased demand for currency diversification
UK income hunters face headwinds of historical proportions: 10-year gilt yields hit an all-time low of 0.5% on 12 August, accompanied by a similarly record-breaking feat from sterling corporate bonds of 2.3%.