Brexit

Why investors are turning their backs on UK equities

James Thomson, the respected investor who oversees the Rathbone Global Opportunities fund, has been moving his portfolio out of the UK stock market following last June’s Brexit vote.

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Brexit jitters cause pound to slump to lowest level against euro since 2009

Sterling slumped to its lowest level for eight years against the euro at close of trading yesterday (23 August), amid fears that a

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Checking the temperature of anti-globalisation

For decades after World War Two, and especially in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union, first world countries embraced the concept of free trade and reduced tariffs.

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Brexit will not cause property prices to plummet

The housing market is clouded by political uncertainty, but demand outstripping supply will support prices, argues Alex Garrett.

Even before Theresa May called a snap election on 18 April, there were signs that the hous

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Here's how to pick winners in the age of Brexit

Meet the manager: Jonathan Brown, manager of Invesco Perpetual UK Smaller Companies investment trust, explains how to find small cap winners.

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Fund investment reaches record high - here's where everyone is investing

Retail investors in the UK placed a collective £18.4 billion in UK funds in the first half of 2017, representing the highest level of net sales in the first half of any year on record, according to new figures from the Investme

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Returning British expats face property black hole

British expatriates considering returning home in the face of uncertainty over their status as EU residents following Brexit could be in for a nasty shock.

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As Europe's populist tide recedes, how can you profit?

With political risk receding and the economy improving, investing in Europe is no longer the realm of contrarians. Cherry Reynard explains how there is still money to made on the continent.

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More signs of a Brexit slowdown hitting the UK economy

The UK economy is losing economic momentum, with figures released today (26 July) estimating growth of 0.3 per cent for the second quarter of 2017.

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