Political issues remain
IA UK Equity Income sector average down 3.9%
FTSE 100 stabilising following sell-off
Those adapting to disruptive environment
Letter to FTSE All-Share members
Choices in sector have narrowed
Alternative routes to dividend income
Quantifying pessimism and complacency
Caused by sterling weakness
Montanaro looking to re-join income sector
Paid shareholders £325m every working day last year
As the Evenlode Income fund celebrates its seventh anniversary, fund manager Hugh Yarrow highlights the best performing stocks from its portfolio.
Amid challenging market conditions
Large-cap bias boosted year-to-date performance
Long term, discounts have moved in tandem with FTSE All Share
Changing economic environment
UK equities maintained their strong run from the end of February right through to March as the more dovish tone from the US Federal Reserve and the grind higher in commodity prices continued to drag the market upwards.
After two-year hiatus
Market volatility surrounding the upcoming EU referendum in June could threaten return prospects from the fine wines sector in 2016, with the fall in sterling already impacting the cost of European imports.
Lack of individual company growth
Tineke Frikkee, manager of the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Income fund, says careful stock selection will be even more important in 2016.
Second-highest beta during Legget's tenure
Too early to enter beleaguered sector