Four years ago, we asked how much an individual would need to invest in order to generate an annual income of £10,000 from corporate dividend payments. Rising yields have allowed us to reduce the amount each year and still meet the income objective, but 2018 proved a stiffer test and requires some explaining.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford is nursing huge losses after a spectacular profits warning.
With yields of 5 per cent plus on offer, housebuilder stocks continue to catch the eye of dividend-hungry investors. We assess the risks and opportunities.
Axa, the fund manager and one of the largest insurance companies in the world, has announced it will stop investing in the tobacco industry.
Richard Beddard reveals his top 30 hit list of companies most likely to maintain an above-average dividend.