Exchanges to also emerge better
150 companies have fallen over 40% year-to-date
IA public register data
Taking advantage of discounts in LPE trusts
Sentiment towards the UK has improved following December's General Election result, but we believe equity income investors need to tread carefully in 2020.
Latest investment report from Sebastian Lyon
Former Woodford fund begins life under new name and management
Companies say regulation should be rolled back
Share price dropped by 3.5%
Cites 'broader opportunity set' than UK market
Mixed industry reaction to new appointment
Profit before tax up 33%
Fund suffered 1.1% loss over past three months
Six-months results to end of October
Black Friday looks like anything but for beloved companies
The best funds to protect against downsides
Anticipated downturns should not weigh on long-term decisions
There has always been a demand for income, but in the past decade, the hunt for yield has become more challenging due to the ultra-low interest rate environment.
Value stocks may have enjoyed a welcome change in fortunes in recent weeks, but they have been swimming against the tide for years as investors have sought the perceived security of quality and low-volatility stocks.
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Research from Willis Owen
Assessing their usefulness and reliability
Trust up 20.9% in the year to 31 July
UK weighting reduced