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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.

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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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FTSE climbs in choppy trading as US opens higher

FTSE climbs in choppy trading as US opens higher

Update: The FTSE 100 has climbed back into positive territory in a choppy day of trading, helped on its way by US stock markets opening higher. The UK blue-chip index rose 81 points, or 1.3%, to 6,662, up from a low of 6,503 reached after the Organization for...

Ninety One not panicked as it reveals IPO price

Ninety One not panicked as it reveals IPO price

Ninety One remains committed to its scheduled float later this month amid the market volatility, revealing the price range for its initial public offer. The fund firm, which is being spun out of Investec, has set the range of 190p to 235p, given the...

FTSE swings into red on OECD’s global growth warning

FTSE swings into red on OECD’s global growth warning

Update:  (12:00) Growth warning knocks FTSE FTSE 100 has swung into the red, giving away gains made at the open after the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) warned global growth could halve this year due to the coronavirus...

FTSE dives 3% as rout on coronavirus fears deepens

FTSE dives 3% as rout on coronavirus fears deepens

The FTSE 100 has tumbled, sliding deeper into correction territory as fears over the spread of the coronavirus continued to grip investors. The UK blue-chip index fell 203 points, or 3%, to 6,592 after a heavy sell-off in US markets overnight, with the S&P...

Steve Davies leaves Jupiter as UK Growth fund languishes

Steve Davies leaves Jupiter as UK Growth fund languishes

Steve Davies is leaving Jupiter after a prolonged run of poor performance on the £958m Jupiter UK Growth fund and investment trust of the same name. Davies, who was last week replaced as manager of the trust by Richard Buxton,...

FTSE dives below 7,000 as coronavirus fears mount

FTSE dives below 7,000 as coronavirus fears mount

The FTSE 100 has slumped more than 100 points to fall below the 7,000 mark as fears over the spread of the coronavirus continued to take their toll on global stock markets. The UK blue-chip index lost 102 points, or 1.5%, to trade at 6,916, dropping below the 7,000...

LEBC profits wiped out after turbulent year

LEBC profits wiped out after turbulent year

[UPDATED] National advice firm LEBC has seen its profits wiped out after a turbulent 2019 which saw it abandon a planned float, struggle with Brexit uncertainty and agree with the FCA to stop DB transfer business.  In its financial statement for...

Scottish Mortgage: Tesla shares could double from here

Scottish Mortgage: Tesla shares could double from here

It’s official. Tesla has displaced Amazon as the top holding in Scottish Mortgage (SMT), accounting for 10% of its £9.5bn assets at the end of January, according to newly published figures. And no, James Anderson and Tom Slater, fund managers of...

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