Conjecture: UK Equities

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This week's Conjecture debate saw panellists from BlackRock, MFS & Threadneedle discuss the prospects for UK equities.

A mainstay of many investment portfolios, the UK Equities sector has enjoyed a recent period of strong growth. With many of the FTSE 100 index truly multinational the sector is seen as an indirect way of gaining exposure to global growth. But does the steady rise in share prices over the last year mean new entrants to the market have missed the upswing or is there still value to be found? Here, BlackRock's Mark Lyttleton, MFS Investment Management's Christopher Jennings and Mark Westwood of Threadneedle give a snapshot of the opportunities and threats they see in the UK market. ...

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