Brexit negotiations weighing
Sentiment towards North America leaps
Selling stocks with good earnings upgrades
'Overstretched and underinvested'
Most famous Transatlantic unions
Difficulties ahead of supermarkets' tie-up
Also invested in Liontrust
Expectations of a 'soft Brexit'
UK M&A activity in Q1 strongest for a decade
Gap in the market post-MiFID II
Manager of two funds
Rise in value prompted move
FTSE 100 up 6.84% over the month
Encouraging signs for UK equities
'Strangest market' for UK equities
UK equities remain out of favour with global investors and there are, without question, companies that face challenging trading conditions.
Payouts from oil majors and miners
Allocations to UK fallen to record lows
MiFID II, the legislation that governs transparency around the charges for investment research, went live on 1 January. We consider life after MiFID II, what this means for investors, brokers and corporates and highlight the unintended consequences.
More innovative products needed
Time for contrarian approach
Difficult trading environment