The average emerging market fund is up 60 per cent over the past two years, but there are signs the rally is starting to peter out.
Global dividend payments reached a record high in the first quarter of 2018 , but which individual shares paid the most?
A weak dollar pushed up dividend payments. For some regions, this masked much weaker underlying growth. Tom Bailey reports.
We take a look at whether the rise of share buybacks is a sign that the nine-year long bull market is long in the tooth.
Investors aren’t expecting a recession anytime soon, according to a recent survey. Are they correct or complacent?
Saving £1,000 per month should allow you to accumulate a big enough pension pot to retirement income of £26,000.
To gauge the financial health of a company, investors look at its earnings. However, there reports are less becoming less useful.
With the Bank of England declining to raise interest rates in May, the question now is when will it take action?
Slow growth and falling inflation reduced the prospect of the Bank of England raising rates in May.
Hermes Europe ex UK Equity manager explains the shares he has been buying, holding and selling in recent months.