Richard Beddard is betting that a company with big-brand ballast can revive its flagging fortunes.
Analysts, however, did see a positive return from their FTSE 350 ‘buy’ ratings, returning 23.2%.
Our Dividend Danger Zone screen seeks to flag up companies with unsustainably high yields.
By hedging for one risk (war), investors could end up overexposing themselves to a plethora of other risks.
In our FTSE Sector Watch column, Richard Hunter examines two stars of the consumer staples sector.
James Cooke homes in on the characteristics of quality mega-cap companies.
The fortunes of the FTSE 100 depend on the health of the global economy and progress on Brexit.
We round up the best- and worst-performing FTSE 100 shares of 2019.
Lee Wild’s 2019 share tips shrugged off the UK market torpor; how will his choices for 2020 fare?