Markets have been hit hard by the virus, but a broader picture suggests the global sector will throw up opportunities.
Veteran investor John Chatfeild-Roberts cautions ‘what bear markets do is suck people in and then destroy their money’.
The relative outperformance of ESG funds since the start of the coronavirus sell-off is almost entirely down to low exposure to energy companies.
Former Schroder UK Mid Cap trust and Sanford DeLand fund manager joins Downing Fund Managers.
How have active funds stacked up against passive funds since the start of the coronavirus sell-off when it comes to the UK market?
We detail how three respected fund managers are adopting a cautious stance following the sharp market falls.
Scottish Investment Trust’s Alasdair McKinnon explains how he has protected his portfolio, and why he sees ‘tremendous opportunities in due course’.
Out of the 100 worst performing funds so far this year, 43 are focused on UK stocks.
What do those retiring in the UK against a backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic need to remember?