Following a strong recovery after record lows in March, the UK stockmarket has drifted back a little over the summer months.
Hits 20-year anniversary
Predictions amid wave of dividend cuts
More high-quality companies raising capital
Parent company accounts for half the trust's assets
Individual holdings breach limits
98% of intended trading completed by new manager
The polarisation of perspectives on the UK market has continued throughout 2020.
'Constructive macro view' behind latest additions
Added to Asia and luxury spending holdings in UK and global equity funds
Property and tech expected to boom
Why Ikea store closure will not flatten market
Two stocks kicked out
Value stocks present 'rich stream of alpha'
Companies with FRC exposure must 'up their game'
Value stocks may have enjoyed a welcome change in fortunes in recent weeks, but they have been swimming against the tide for years as investors have sought the perceived security of quality and low-volatility stocks.
No single internal structure suits all businesses
Manager cites liquidity risk for changes
At one end of the spectrum, investors are crowding into popular stocks in sectors such as consumer staples, business services and engineering, pushing their valuations to ever higher levels.
Top five holdings make up 45%
'Boring' investors pay off in the long run
Consumer goods and tech companies get support
Plans for sole Dutch HQ