Leigh Himsworth, portfolio manager, Fidelity UK Opportunities Fund explains why he has dumped his holdings in the supermarket.
With high hopes for profit and growth, investors are rotating into US equities at the expense of the eurozone.
An increasing number of tech companies have begun to pay dividends to shareholders, making the sector a good source of income.
Mike Bell, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management takes a look at whether we are past the peak of both economic growth and equity performance.
Joe Bauernfreund, manager of the celebrated British Empire Trust, talks to Tom Bailey about some of the stocks he has been buying and selling.
The new regulation can affect the way the business you’re investing in operates which in turn can affect profit and share price performance.
After years of austerity, economic growth is buoyant across the Continent and wages remain significantly suppressed.
Investors are piling in at a time when the US tech index – the Nasdaq – has hit its highest ever level. Apple’s share price has also climbed to a new peak.
While the market gets excited about tech forms spearheading 'disruption,' shares in older firms are looking like good value.