Benefitted from sterling weakness
Has the currency reached a bottom yet?
Helped by weakening sterling
Due to client demand
Warning on food price inflation
Up 1.2% against the US dollar
Overseas revenues boosted
Fears over 'hard Brexit'
Pound fell 6% in two minutes
Broke 7,000 this morning
Hedge funds increase bets against pound
"Brexit means Brexit," Prime Minister Theresa May said. But what does that mean? For equity income investors, I think it means four things, writes Miton's Eric Moore.
Fund managers are employing a number of strategies to guard against rising inflation, but argue better value can be found outside the UK index-linked market as demand soars.
The UK faces increased economic uncertainty and potentially lower growth. Meanwhile, the weak pound may lead companies to raise prices to offset higher input costs, writes Tineke Frikkee, manager of the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Income fund.
Boosted by hedge funds
Which decisions rocked investors?
Equity markets down in morning trading
'Worst kind of risk to price by markets'
UK government bonds are appealing
Woodford Patient Capital among losers
Seeking to reasssure investors
Carney hinted at monetary easing in summer