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Investors brace themselves for S&P 500 reshuffle that will see Google, Facebook and Twitter moved from the tech sector to new 'communication services' sector.
Tighter management at Trifast makes the company a buy, writes Richard Beddard.
There is still momentum in American technology stocks but, as Douglas Chadwick points out, the Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet’s Google (FAANG) stocks are probably the wrong place to be.
Once seen as a no-go zone for income investors, the region’s companies are becoming increasingly generous to shareholders.
Deep capital markets and entrepreneurial zeal makes the US a supportive environment for growth companies, with strength in sectors including tech and pharma.
Michael Stanes, investment director at Heartwood Investment Management, explains why the US is not the only show in town.
The tech titans have led the US stock market to hair-raising heights, and a painful bruising could be on the way.