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UK investment opportunities for a decisive decade

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

Join Citywire and J.P. Morgan Asset Management to make sense of what might happen.

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Cognitive errors in sports and investing

Cognitive errors in sports and investing

As a Chelsea fan I was delighted with the outcome of last weekend’s FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Manchester City. But Chelsea’s defensive solidity and delightful counter attacking play is not what this article is about. The game provided a more...

The long and short of it: Review of the markets in March

The long and short of it: Review of the markets in March

The UK continues to track along the government’s road map to opening up. All the statistics are moving in the right direction and the vaccination effort has been exceptional. The government has promised a review of their guidance to work from home before stage four...

Domestic smaller companies poised to lead UK recovery

Domestic smaller companies poised to lead UK recovery

A host of UK smaller companies have reported results ahead of analysts’ expectations in what JPMorgan fund manager Katen Patel deems to be the start of a strong re-rating for domestic earners. ‘The Covid-19 crisis hit UK company earnings hard last year – mid and small...

Guide to the Markets Q2 2021 webconferences

Guide to the Markets Q2 2021 webconferences

26 April to 29 April 2021 Join our Global Market Strategists as they explore the key themes that are likely to shape global markets in the quarter ahead. The team will also be joined by Nicola Rawlinson and Smiti Nigam, Macro Strategies Investment Specialists, to...

If not now, then when

If not now, then when

Where are we now? The dichotomy in performance between value and growth over the last decade is well documented but could this be drawing to a close? Even after the recent value rally, valuation spreads in the UK are extremely wide. At a global level it is even wider....

The long and short of it: Review of the markets in March

The long and short of it: Review of the markets in February

I had a catch-up call with a few colleagues the other day. One of my colleagues made an excellent point about how stilted virtual group meetings are. There is almost no spontaneity, as it just leads to interruptions and a period of ‘you speak’, ‘no you speak’ …...

A budget with a short term boost for businesses

A budget with a short term boost for businesses

After enduring a long year of lockdowns and daily press briefings, we find ourselves with an economy 10% smaller and a national debt burden substantially larger. It will no doubt have brought reassurance to individuals and businesses across the country to hear the...

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Blackfinch AM launches ESG multi-asset fund range

Blackfinch AM launches ESG multi-asset fund range

Blackfinch Asset Management has launched four environmental, social and governance (ESG) approved multi-asset unit trusts, as it makes its move into the retail investment space. The trusts, which will be known as the Adaptation Funds, will blend both active and...

Blue Whale defies crisis to grow by £124m

Blue Whale defies crisis to grow by £124m

The Peter Hargreaves-backed Blue Whale Growth fund has defied the recent market volatility to grow by more than £100m since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis. The fund, which has returned 58.6% since inception in September 2017 to 10 June and...

Seven managers to exit in Jupiter/Merian fund shake-up

Seven managers to exit in Jupiter/Merian fund shake-up

Jupiter has committed to a significant shake-up of its product range following its merger with Merian, with seven managers exiting and a number of sales staff being made redundant. From Merian, managers Ian Ormiston, Rob James, Mark Greenwood, Citywire...

IA calls for FTSE transparency over dividend payments

IA calls for FTSE transparency over dividend payments

FTSE companies that suspend dividend payments as a result of current market uncertainty will be expected to restart them ‘as soon as it is prudent to do so’, the Investment Association (IA) has said. In a letter sent to all FTSE chairs on behalf of its members...

FTSE falls as virus slowdown hopes fade and Tesco hit

FTSE falls as virus slowdown hopes fade and Tesco hit

The FTSE 100 has fallen as hopes of a slowdown in the spread of the coronavirus pandemic faded, insurers weighed after cancelling their dividends and Tesco (TSCO) cooled bullishness on the supermarket sector after warning on costs. The UK blue-chip index...

Rathbones adds £450m with Barclays Wealth unit acquisition

Rathbones adds £450m with Barclays Wealth unit acquisition

Rathbones has completed the acquisition of Barclays Wealth’s personal injury and court of protection business for an undisclosed sum. The deal, which was announced at the end of last year, will see around £450m worth of assets transferred to Rathbones. As part of...

FTSE rallies as coronavirus deaths slow

FTSE rallies as coronavirus deaths slow

The FTSE 100 has rallied after a slowdown in coronavirus deaths in France and Italy over the weekend, while European governments began preparations to ease lockdowns put in place to contain the spread of the pandemic. The UK blue-chip index jumped 93 points, or 1.7%...

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