No-deal Brexit will cause 'a tremendous shock on the UK economy'
Brexit uncertainty continues to act as a drag on the UK economy, holding back business investment and undermining consumer confidence.
Fund forced to sell off part of portfolio
Boosted by sterling weakness
Never catch a falling knife. Helpful health and safety advice but, in an equity market context, does the idea of not buying shares in companies that have seen a material price decline really help one make money over the long term?
Conscious of the vast risk of value traps
Short-term share price moves warping companies' judgment
Dividend forecasts slide for second quarter in a row
Risk assets outperformed 'safe haven' investments
Top five holdings make up 45%
Picking the best of the worst performing companies
Can British companies still prosper after Brexit?
Structural and macroeconomic pressures blamed
We see far too many examples of management teams across 'UK plc' failing to act in the interests of the stakeholders of the companies they are employed to run.
Opportunities abound despite Brexit uncertainty
Sainsbury's now laggard of the sector
A troubled Brexit with Parliamentary stumbles and deadline extensions, while the original departure date has come and gone.
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.
Turned over 40% of fund
Slight recovery in investor confidence
Retailers surprised analysts with Christmas trading
Leading analysts failed to identify the winners and losers
Spike in deals from across the pond suggests brighter future