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The consensus forecast is a mild US recession with bonds becoming more attractive
The angst over supposed ‘de-equitisation’ is misplaced
Investors naturally gravitate towards more defensive ideas and strategies in times of heightened market concern
Regulator has introduced mandatory disclosures of dividend composition after receiving complaints
The LSE has become a data merchant. Do its listings still matter?
Low-cost and active ETFs attracted $39bn in October, mid-market vehicles suffered a net $4bn in outflows
Managers caught out in ‘painful’ rally as investors bet on quicker interest rate cuts
Magnificent momentum jockeys
HANetf and Tidal have agreed to collaborate so their respective clients can launch ETFs in the US and Europe
Traders wait for signs of strong economic rebound before buying back in
Consumers remain choosy and discounts are expected to hit record highs
Look What You Made Me Do, Kostin.
Idea has some merits but seems unlikely to noticeably swell the ranks of plucky British retail investors
Legendary bear says interest in fundamental stockpicking has waned
Firm declared position in filing to Financial Conduct Authority but subsequently blamed a technical error
David Schwimmer defends London market after Glencore said it would list planned mining spin-off in New York
But my portfolio’s tax-free gains beat working for a living
No number of cute pandas can offset the asset deflation threatening the property sector
But nine companies out of 10 have raised or held payouts steady