Brexit

Unpopular fund sector trumps UK funds four years on from Brexit vote

The sector has comfortably outpaced UK funds, with the average fund up 43% four years on from the Brexit vote. 

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JP Morgan’s Georgina Brittain: Brexit risk will lead to volatility and bargains

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.

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What is the post-election reality for investors?

From the UK market and property to tax and pensions, we consider the implications for investors and taxpayers of the Conservatives’ election victory.

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FTSE 100 surges ahead as investors take advantage of ‘cheap UK’

Global investors have been underweight the UK since 2016. They are now reallocating back given hugely reduced uncertainty

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The winners from the Boris bounce: domestically focused shares and investment trusts soar

UK domestic stocks experienced a strong uplift, with the FTSE 250 gaining around 4.5%.

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The best ETFs for Brexit bedlam

Large-cap focused ETFs look well-placed to weather sterling volatility.

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Mark Slater: Corbyn is a bigger risk than Brexit; how to find reasonably priced growth shares

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.

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Three ways to spot whether a stock market is ‘truly cheap’

The UK stock market has been described as cheap for several years - but its not as simple as that, says Tom Bailey.

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UK equities are the Millwall of markets, but fortunes can change

Thomas Becket assesses the UK’s unloved equities market and its future, as the Brexit debacle rumbles on.

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