Stock market prices are going down on the back of good news – perhaps indicating valuations have reached a top.
Japan has produced negative returns since the start of 2018, outperforming only the UK among the major regions.
Behind this decline in underlying dividend growth was the growing strength of the pound against the US dollar.
Inflation has fell below expectations in March, throwing doubt on whether the Bank of England will raise interest rates next month.
The pound surged to highest level against the dollar since 2016. That’s not good news for the FTSE 100, writes Tom Bailey.
Disposable incomes have fallen for the first time since 2011, with inflation one of the main drivers.
European stock markets were widely tipped to shine in 2018, but so far it has been a year to forget for the continent.
EdenTree UK Equity Growth's co-manager, Ketan Patel, explains some of his recent stock picks.
UPDATE: Dividend yield forecasts across the FTSE 100 are on the up, but dividend cover still concerningly thin.
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