Brexit and Covid-19 among major tailwinds for sector
Equity markets have rebounded over the past month as unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus has helped to prop up global economies.
Too early to crystallise losses
Credible record of outperformance
Macro risks no obstacle for hopeful investors
Liontrust AM promoted to FTSE 250
150 companies have fallen over 40% year-to-date
We cannot predict when markets will finally reach a bottom – they may already have – but we believe it is most likely to be once we hit a peak in the daily growth in new Covid-19 cases round the world.
Travel and tourism giants hit worst
98% of intended trading completed by new manager
Oil exposure reduced in latest reshuffle
Improving governance and engagement key to reforms
Following the Conservatives' victory in last year's General Election, the UK has left the EU and, according to current plans, entered a transition period until the end of 2020.
We are 11 years into one of the greatest stockmarket upswings in history, yet the joy has not been evenly spread.
Property and tech expected to boom
JD Sports 'shining example'
Keeping faith with the brands staying afloat
The pursuit of growth can make investors do odd things.
Black Friday looks like anything but for beloved companies
Drinks giant dropped due to excessive 'valuation risk'
Fundamental versus relative value
Driven by hopes of Brexit resolution
How floating rate notes could help UK equities
Will they still trust the current official timeline to leave?