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Sue Noffke, head of UK equities at Schroders, discusses dividends, the UK stock market recovery and her battle to make businesses like oil giant Royal Dutch Shell sustainable.
Placid weather and a tax blow dampened returns at £2.8bn Renewables Infrastructure Group so far this year, but fund manager Richard Crawford isn't worried.
Weakness in energy and property stocks held back the FTSE 100 on a quiet Friday, despite strong a bounce for London Stock Exchange Group after strong first-half results.
Invesco Asia manager Ian Hargreaves says sell-off sparked by regulatory clampdown has thrown up opportunities, but many stocks were coming off expensive valuations.
A wave of regulatory action has led a savage sell-off for Chinese internet giants like Alibaba and Tencent and underlined the risks in these stocks, including whether foreign investors even own them.
While the prospect of a thinly-attended Olympic Games in Tokyo does not itself thrill investors, it’s a good time to look at Japan and the investment trusts offering access to the world’s third largest economy.
Simon Evan-Cook says fund managers should not impose their own moral code on savers as environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing becomes ubiquitous.
After a successful 12 months for his investment trust BMO Managed Portfolios, Peter Hewitt prepares for more volatility as interest rates start to rise.
Another strong set of earnings updates helped boost the FTSE 100 this morning, which was led by housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
Veteran ‘value’ fund manager James Henderson confident British shares can continue to catch-up with international peers as Law Debenture reports strong half-year for both its investments and financial services businesses.