The latest on the UK's life outside the EU
Macro risks no obstacle for hopeful investors
Following the Conservatives' victory in last year's General Election, the UK has left the EU and, according to current plans, entered a transition period until the end of 2020.
2019 General Election result also key factor
Sentiment towards the UK has improved following December's General Election result, but we believe equity income investors need to tread carefully in 2020.
After the strong end to 2019 where the 'Boris bounce' led the FTSE All-Share up roughly 6% in December alone, the start of 2020 has found markets in a more cautious mood.
Investors in the UK housebuilding sector have enjoyed exceptional returns since the Global Financial Crisis and 2019 was no different, with average total returns including dividends of 53%.
For investors in the UK infrastructure sector, the outcome of the General Election has provided an element of relief.
New year, new start for former Kames Capital manager
IA Technology and Telecommunications takes top spot
Pushing for transparency in the age of fake news
15 ministers responsible for pensions since 1997
Brexit still the overarching issue influencing voters
Unlearning what you think you know about budgets
Back in 2000, the privatised utilities were a somnolent bunch, unattractive in contrast to the fireworks of the TMT bubble.
Which products should investors go for?
Best month this year
Race to Downing Street turns to income tax and social care
Driven by hopes of Brexit resolution
McDonnell to 'rewrite the rules' of business
Growth hires within industry are being made
According to Lyxor's Money Monitor
Hamish Baillie points to Brexit and election
Former Chancellor joining board of Irish packaging firm