Commercial property is a bellwether for the wider economy – and Brexit means investors will need to tread carefully.
The EU referendum campaign misrepresented the impacts of leaving the union and Britons should have the right to change their mind, argues Ros Altmann.
The pessimistic stance is a sign of caution for investors that ‘cheap’ UK shares could become even cheaper and remain out of form, depending on the outcome of Brexit.
Sales are expected to slump in the months leading up to Brexit, according to surveyors.
Without major modifications (which would require renegotiations with the EU), May’s deal is now dead, leaving a number of options on the table.
From the US/China trade war to challenges in Europe, we consider hazards on the horizon for the year ahead.
UK shares are looking cheap and there are ways savvy investors can play the turmoil to their advantage, says Danielle Levy.
The top-performing fund manager is relishing the task of shaping his new Crux UK Special Situations fund and a fresh opportunity to test his eye for undervalued UK companies.
The outlook for Europe is clouding as growth in the region slows and political strife proliferates. Cherry Reynard explores the prospects for funds focused on the region.