The sector has comfortably outpaced UK funds, with the average fund up 43% four years on from the Brexit vote.
JP Morgan’s Georgina Brittain tells Tom Bailey how she has reacted to the coronavirus crisis, and why Brexit is a risk that could lead to huge volatility for the UK market.
From the UK market and property to tax and pensions, we consider the implications for investors and taxpayers of the Conservatives’ election victory.
Global investors have been underweight the UK since 2016. They are now reallocating back given hugely reduced uncertainty
UK domestic stocks experienced a strong uplift, with the FTSE 250 gaining around 4.5%.
Large-cap focused ETFs look well-placed to weather sterling volatility.
In the first of a three-part series, Slater Investments’ Mark Slater shares his views on the upcoming general election and details how he finds growth at a reasonable price.
The UK stock market has been described as cheap for several years - but it’s not as simple as that, says Tom Bailey.
Thomas Becket assesses the UK’s unloved equities market and its future, as the Brexit debacle rumbles on.