Brexit

£8 billion of investors’ money has flown out of UK funds since Brexit

UK funds continue to be shunned by investors, who are instead turning to global funds.

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Where to invest and avoid after the pound’s rebound

The pound surged to highest level against the dollar since 2016. That’s not good news for the FTSE 100, writes Tom Bailey.

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Brexit blunts returns for UK equity income funds

Nerves over Brexit resulted in a UK equity income fund sell off during the first quarter of 2018.

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Article 50 one year on: how have UK funds fared?

UK equity funds have experienced outflows over the past year, but the best performing fund is up 36 per cent.

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UK smaller companies are beating the Brexit blues

The UK smaller companies fund sector is historically a strong performer on a long-term view. Over the past 10 years to 14 February, it has returned more than any other UK sector for its investors.

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One year to Brexit: How to protect you finances

Brexit is officially one year away and the impact it is having, and will continue to have, on our financial lives is filling the pages of our newspapers and TV screens daily.

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Hammond claims to be ‘Tiggerish’, but investors are staying away from UK

Investor sentiment towards UK equities has hit a record low, according to the latest Global Fund Manager Survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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The key takeaways from the Spring Statement 2018

The Spring Statement was predicted to be a dull affair and chancellor Phillip Hammond certainly delivered on that front. 

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The pound’s ‘Brexit slump’ has failed to boost the UK economy

The pound’s devaluation since the EU referendum vote has failed to result in a significant surge of UK exports, according to new research by Pantheon Macroeconomics.

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