Marlborough's Chand Lall: Only the strongest companies can continue to pay dividends after Covid-19 shock
Market resilience amid pandemic
While a global crisis in which large swathes of the world's population have been locked down will, inevitably, leave some companies floundering, others are likely to emerge stronger than before.
Opportunities in EMs such as Indonesia and Myanmar
Joins Guy Sears and David Kiddie on board
Brexit discount means strong stocks are cheap
Putting the needs and wants of the client first
Brexit uncertainty continues to act as a drag on the UK economy, holding back business investment and undermining consumer confidence.
Newly created role for Nick French
While macroeconomic concerns remain, the outlook for European equities is now more positive than a year ago.
Will be 'more straightforward and easier to understand'
UK equities had a positive start to 2019. While this can be partly viewed as a rebound after 2018's difficult final quarter, what is likely to have been most significant is an extraordinary U-turn by the US Federal Reserve.
A decade of fiscal stimulus
30 years' experience
30 years' industry experience
The sectors to look out for
We meet management teams from companies across Europe and they continue to report a positive trading environment.
Up from fourth place in Q1
UK equities remain out of favour with global investors and there are, without question, companies that face challenging trading conditions.
Focus on relations between Pyongyang and the world
Top prizes go to Marlborough and Royal London
Train, Findlay and Lawson among the names
Faces challenges in 2018
Groups firming up plans