UK employees are opting for 'excessive' shareholder remuneration at expense of repairing pension deficits, the regulator said.
UK shares look cheap, but fund investors remain wary of piling into their home market amid Brexit uncertainty.
City of London slid down the rankings slightly compared to January, possibly reflecting the less bearish attitude among inv
Open-ended property funds have barred investors from accessing their cash in the past and will likely do so again in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The trend for the market in March is to rise for the first three weeks and then fall back in the last week.
UK house price growth remained subdued in February as Brexit continues to weigh on the market.
Older couples of differing ages could be in line to lose out on thousands of pounds a year in retirement benefits thanks to changes being implemented by the Department for Work and Pensions.
A total of 28 investment trusts are currently yielding more than 4%, according to investment bank Stifel’s latest report.
Steve Eisman, famous for being on the right side of the 2008 financial crisis, will manage new fund for UK investors.
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UK shares are now at their ‘cheapest’ since the First World War, says JPMorgan fund manager.
According to the Association of Investment Companies, only one investment trust would have been able to produce an Isa millionaire in the 20 years since the introduction of Isas.