Reassessing the sector during Covid-19
Predictions amid wave of dividend cuts
Four of the UK's five largest banks
Strong capital positions
Dividend forecasts slide for second quarter in a row
Reviewing the regulator's latest aggressive streak
Turned over 40% of fund
One of many options being 'kicked around'
Buying stocks with overseas exposure
Joining on 20 March
'Capital inadequacies' at two other banks
Cuts of £2.7bn announced
Standard Chartered leading the FTSE
Avoid 'optically-high' yields
BHP Billiton also weighs on the index
Further £10bn needs to be put aside
First quarterly loss since 1998
UK dividend growth is set to slow in 2016, despite a record Q3 for payouts this year, as the commodity sector faces further cuts, according to the latest Capita Dividend Monitor.
Manager sticks with stock
Aberdeen's head of global emerging market equities Devan Kaloo has admitted the significant underweight to Chinese equities - as well as an overweight to India - has hurt his flagship GEM fund so far in 2015.
Lazard UK Omega manager Alan Custis is backing the acquisitive Man Group to pursue further M&A activity as it continues to diversify away from its quant strategies.
The FTSE 100 climbed in morning trading despite a 4% slump in Royal Mail shares as RBS and Sainsbury lifted UK blue chips.
Scott McKenzie, investment director and manager of the Saracen UK Income fund, says the largest dividend payers in the UK market currently offer limited potential for growth, particularly as the strong dollar is masking inherent weaknesses in many business...