Improved receptiveness to shareholders
Donates proceeds to charity
Markets driven by sentiment rather than fundamentals
Despite remaining expensive
How long can performance last?
Entering 2017, we expected a stockmarket 'melt-up' to the 2,550-2,600 level on the S&P 500 - a move we thought might run into trouble by late summer.
Follows previous criticism
Buoyed by Trump's tax promises
Investors unwilling to reduce exposure
Gold slumps and treasury yields soar
7IM's Peter Sleep comments on developments
'Big five' tech stocks hit recently
Corrections a regular feature
Concerned about FANG stock valuations
Employing quality, value and momentum factors
Volatility hits 23-year lows
Davan Byrne, fund manager at Davy Asset Management, outlines the factors he believes are contributing to the lowest market volatility levels in two decades.
Bullion has risen 11% this year
Further momentum for corporate profits
Failed to repeal Obamacare
Latest data from S&P Dow Jones
Congress delaying Trump's proposed reforms
Round-up of events towards end of December