The markets are jumpy and a broadly positive backdrop is being tested by the Q3 earnings season.
Strong dividend growth, combined with recent market volatility, brought the expected FTSE 100 yield for 2018 to 4.3%.
Driving the bearishness over the global economy was primarily the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
After last week's sell-off, here are three reasons to be bullish and three to be bearish.
China’s domestic-listed shares are an opportunity for investors to gain exposure to the country’s long-term growth potential.
Some companies were able to buck the trend and saw their share prices increase during the turmoil.
Markets around the world saw major sell-offs this week. Is this the start of a bear market or another false start?
The performance of firms such as Fever-Tree ought to encourage investors to see Aim as a source of success stories.
A decade after Lehman’s collapse and the start of the financial crisis, there are signs that the banks are bouncing back, but should you buy?