The housing market has stagnated over the past year, but opinion is divided on whether or not it is because of Brexit.
As UK politics heats up, investors should remain focused on their individual investments and keep the political background in perspective.
With time ticking on Brexit negotiations, Donald Maxwell-Scott from Rowan Dartington asks: does Britain need a dose of ‘Trumpishness’ to push a final deal through?
Global fund manager sentiment indicates pessimism around UK equities is at an all-time high.
The government’s record over the past year and the UK’s failing economy show that Theresa May should resign as prime minister.
It is in the interests of both sides to achieve a deal in both goods and services. This requires a new customs and regulatory partnership.
Many questions remain unanswered about what a final Brexit deal will look like, says
At a recent roundtable, three fund managers discussed prospects for the under-loved UK stock market.
Analysis of public statements has found that four in 10 wealth and asset managers have drawn up Brexit contingency plans.