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UK investment opportunities for a decisive decade

From Brexit to 2030 via geopolitics and climate change; the 2020s are shaping up to be an eventful decade for the UK economy.

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The long and short of it: Review of markets in June

The long and short of it: Review of markets in June

I picked up my bike from the office garage the other day. It was the first time I had been into the City since lockdown had begun. It felt almost nostalgic, as I cycled from the office back to my flat in northwest London. It was great to see activity; with vehicles on...

UK smaller companies: who are the bulls and bears?

UK smaller companies: who are the bulls and bears?

Small caps tend to fall more sharply in a bear market but bounce back stronger and outperform over the longer term. Citywire asked several wealth managers and advisers to reflect their current view on a scale of one (most bearish) to ten (most bullish) 10 Tom Munro,...

Strategy focus: Investing through the lifecycle for income

Strategy focus: Investing through the lifecycle for income

Technology is not a conventional stomping ground for income investors but is proving an important source of returns for Citywire AAA-rated JP Morgan manager Katen Patel. He is finding opportunities in companies that play to such themes as digitisation and the energy...

Patel unveils stock-picking amid global trends

Patel unveils stock-picking amid global trends

Seismic shifts in the way the world works – from flexible working to online shopping – bode well for JPM UK Equity Income, which looks across sectors and the market capitalisation spectrum to capitalise on trends such as digitation and low-cost home ownership. We...

The long and short of it: Review of markets in June

The long and short of it: Review of markets in May

It was my birthday this month. I’m not one to make a big fuss but it has historically been a good excuse to get a few friends together at a pub and enjoy some early summer sunshine. This year was perhaps the most extraordinary birthday I’ve had, yet the most...

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The long and short of it: Review of markets March 2020

The long and short of it: Review of markets March 2020

The beginning of a period of unprecedented social lockdown that will mark a moment in human history. This is not to say that the economic impact is necessarily going to be as harsh as in the Great Financial Crisis of 2008 or change the political map like the fall of...

Standing out from the crowd in UK equity

Standing out from the crowd in UK equity

Most equity investors generate returns by buying shares of stocks they think will go up. However, investors can benefit from stocks that they think will go down, using a technique called short selling, or ‘shorting’. To take a short position, an investor borrows the...

Optimism, pragmatism, fear: IFAs in Covid juggling act

Optimism, pragmatism, fear: IFAs in Covid juggling act

Long-term investment planning and diversification is an IFA’s bread and butter. Most IFAs have put an emphasis on educating clients so they do not panic when something comes out of left field and, as of last year, 10% portfolio drop letters started arriving. But...

Investec scraps IPO sale of Ninety One stock in turmoil

Investec scraps IPO sale of Ninety One stock in turmoil

Investec has decided against selling a 10% stake in its funds division Ninety One as part of its planned listing of the business next week.  Investec emphasised that the planned listing on the London Stock Exchange remained on track for 16 March, but it...

Aviva lobbies FCA to change advice-guidance boundary

Aviva lobbies FCA to change advice-guidance boundary

Life and pensions giant Aviva is directly lobbying the regulator about its concerns over the boundary between regulated advice and guidance, New Model Adviser® can reveal. Last week, the Association of British Insurers (ABI), of which Aviva is a member,...

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