Heather Ferguson | Fri 23 September 2016 Threadneedle temporarily stopped investors selling (or buying) to find suitable buyers for some of their properties. Threadneedle has now lifted the suspension placed on its UK Property Fund to allow clients to trade with effect from 12 noon on 26 September 2016.
Richard Troue | Tue 20 September 2016 Some investments have the specific aim to offer a return in excess of inflation over the medium to long term. One of our favourites is the M&G UK Inflation-Linked Corporate Bond Fund, managed by Ben Lord and Jim Leaviss.
Heather Ferguson | Tue 20 September 2016 The UK’s shock vote to exit the European Union saw the UK stock market fall heavily. Funds investing in the region, including Julie Dean’s TM Sanditon UK, have not been immune.
Richard Troue | Wed 14 September 2016 We were recently disappointed to learn Jan Luthman had stepped down as co-manager of Liontrust Macro Equity Income. He was an experienced investor and an expert in the analysis of the wider economic, political and social environment.
Kate Marshall | Mon 12 September 2016 It has been more than two months since the UK’s vote to leave the EU shook financial markets. In the immediate aftermath of the vote, domestically-focused small and medium-sized companies struggled...
Kate Marshall | Thu 08 September 2016 The conservative nature of the team's investment approach means the fund has traditionally offered some shelter in large market corrections, while capturing the majority of the growth of rising markets.
Heather Ferguson | Tue 23 August 2016 In times of heightened uncertainty investors have tended to seek the safety of large well-established institutions and shun higher-risk smaller companies. This was evident in the weeks that followed the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Kate Marshall | Mon 15 August 2016 The uncertainty that followed the UK’s decision to leave the EU drew investors to the UK’s largest companies, many of which derive a significant proportion of their earnings overseas.