Bumper returns predicted for 2021
CEO exit gives Rio an 'opportunity to act'
Tie-up due for completion by 17 November
137 financial organisations in group
Outperformers to look out for
Increase of 1.8% expected in 2020
The sustainability of UK equity income streams has been called into question, with underlying dividends across the market falling by almost 3% on a constant currency basis during Q3 – the worst quarterly performance for three years.
Brexit continues to dominate the headlines, with the overall prognosis no clearer.
The mining sector is often associated with ill-disciplined capital management. Through the last supercycle, driven by Chinese industrialisation, bullish management teams typically signed off overzealous projects and ill-advised M&A activity as they sought...
Focus shifting towards sustainability
Took over from Koch in October
Buying stocks with overseas exposure
Global markets also on the rise
A number of commentators correctly highlighted at the start of the year that dividends were at risk in the resources area of the UK equity market, writes Stephen Message, manager of the Old Mutual UK Equity Income fund.
For income investors, a theme in 2015 was the number of dividend cuts among large- and mid-cap companies, writes Royal London Asset Management's Martin Cholwill.
Avoid 'optically-high' yields
Big five miners all posting falls
Oil price falls to lowest point in 12 years
Shares in mining giant drop 11%
Prioritising Income and Growth funds
Strong headwinds for the commodities sector show no sign of abating, but record share price falls for some companies have provided attractive entry points into the asset class.
Buying BHP and Rio Tinto
Concerns over sector M&A