While surveys suggest the UK consumer is reasonably confident about their personal finances, we are less convinced.
Mid-cap AIM stocks hardest hit
Boosted by oil sector
Manager anticipates post-Brexit tailwinds
Lowest measure since index launched in 1995
Merger will occur on 25 October
Worthy additions to portfolios
Annual forecast upped to just shy of £100bn
Protecting investments in the event of no deal
Managed by Dan Whitestone and team
Gallery from Tellworth Investments
Latest findings from AJ Bell
Potential to surpass 50% shareholders warned
The sectors to look out for
With 55% of FTSE 100 dividends forecast to come from just ten companies in 2018, it is not surprising many UK equity income strategies are disproportionately invested in a relatively small number of large-cap stocks.
Despite two years passing since the Brexit referendum, we are still some way from knowing how the UK's relationship with the European Union (EU) will evolve in the next few months and years.
AUM growth of 19% in first half of 2018
Number of benefits
It is easy in times of political fear and uncertainty to be 'trapped in the headlights' as opposed to thinking ahead and investing for the future. According to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey, global investors have been selling...
Looming threat of no deal
December 2018 or early 2019
Global asset allocators have taken a consensus underweight position to the FTSE, with the UK at its most unloved point in decades relative to other developed markets.
IA's Cummings urges 'predictability' from government as asset managers eye infrastructure opportunities
Allocation to sector jumped to £40bn in 2017