2019 proved to be a strong year for equity investors.
At the start of 2020, there are grounds for investors to be optimistic.
Strong investor demand
Hargreaves Lansdown suffers significant withdrawals on multi-manager funds trapped in LF Equity Income
Two largest mandates lose nearly £400m between them
Leigh Day & Slater and Gordon
Transparency and governance must come to the fore
JD Sports 'shining example'
LF ASI Income Focus fund
Five managers assess potential headwinds and tailwinds
Will run income fund
Ex-Artemis manager's new book on the biggest corporate failures
Keeping faith with the brands staying afloat
Share price dropped by 3.5%
Paid more than £1m since June
Since the 2016 EU referendum, the UK equity market has felt like the land that time forgot. Greater clarity over Brexit and UK politics should not only spur an immediate stock market rally but also encourage a longer-lasting reappraisal of UK-listed companies.
UK Direct Property sector lost £3.4bn over 2019
Still lumbered with heavy discounts
Annual growth of 0.6% weakest for more than seven years
Follows Woodford collapse
Early stages of development
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Senior fund managers and economists discuss biggest headwinds and tailwinds
Gold fund tops chart
December was the second-worst month on record