UK dividends to fall by a third this year: Picking the right stocks for income

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Emma Mogford of BNY Mellon
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Emma Mogford of BNY Mellon

2020 will be remembered by UK income investors for decades to come.

This year dividends from UK-listed companies are likely to fall between 30% and 40% according to Link's dividend monitor. The modern world has never experienced such a rapid fall in economic activity...

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