A precarious global economy worries our experts.
Respectable returns were blunted somewhat by the Brexit dilemma.
The exuberant response from financial markets to last week’s political developments reasonably reflects the diminishing probability of a no-deal Brexit.
We take a look what is behind the latest GDP growth figures and what it may mean for interest rates.
Should a deal be struck, the MSCI expects a 10% bounce in UK equities.
Ahead of the Brexit deadline, some fund managers are adopting a bold approach.
Warning that prices could fall as much as 5% in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Small-cap investment trusts may be the best way to gain exposure.
Buyers remain cautious ahead of the October deadline, experts warn.