At one end of the spectrum, investors are crowding into popular stocks in sectors such as consumer staples, business services and engineering, pushing their valuations to ever higher levels.
GDP nudges up 0.3% in May
Deloitte survey finds 83% of CFOs expect worse long-term environment
Result of Tory leadership bid comes 23 July
Given we are in such a protracted period of uncertainty, with Brexit continuing to dominate news headlines, avoiding the UK is perhaps a natural response.
Dividend forecasts slide for second quarter in a row
Looks to tackle liquidity issues with retail funds structure
Risk assets outperformed 'safe haven' investments
44% are more focused on short-term debt investments
Several caveats to Bank of England's hawkish stance
Picking the best of the worst performing companies
Can British companies still prosper after Brexit?
Rise need not be Brexit-dependent
Structural and macroeconomic pressures blamed
Greater issues at play in Europe
We see far too many examples of management teams across 'UK plc' failing to act in the interests of the stakeholders of the companies they are employed to run.
Which companies are on the list?
The UK market is a fantastic contrarian investment for those investors able to take a longer-term approach to their portfolio.
Follows UK investors' heavy weighting towards UK assets
The UK economy continues to grow. However, ongoing wrangling over our exit from Europe and broader domestic political uncertainty has seen growth expectations reduced to a rather uninspiring 1.2% in 2019, according to official forecasters.
Sector has 'a particularly poor record on the gender pay gap'
Which funds made the cut?
Traditional sources of investment income are facing structural issues, while the alternative income sector is booming.
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