Category: UK equities

Category: UK equities

16.06.2020

UK equities: peering across the valley of recovery

2020 has so far delivered a savage equity market downturn, followed by a powerful rally. Risks still remain, but conversations...

15.04.2020

Let’s finally consign “boom and bust” to the history books

Whilst we all focus on the immediate challenges posed by Covid-19, companies, investors and Government must also begin to think...

16.03.2020

Market Minutes – coronavirus special: UK equities

From Brexit to the coronavirus pandemic – but what next? Richard Buxton, head of UK equities, and Dan Nickols, head...

15.01.2019

Brexit meaningful vote: division bells ring out loud

Richard Buxton comments on the result of the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, arguing that the chance of...

27.06.2018

Growth opportunities abound

It is an age-old conundrum for investors. Should value stocks – shares that typically trade at lower prices relative to...

09.03.2018

Embrace the new normal

Spring is in the air. Wakened from their cosy lethargy of the long winter months, Mother Nature’s ‘green shoots’ are...

06.07.2017

Not entirely normal

At the time of writing, the yield on the 10-year US government bond (at just over 2%) almost matches that...

09.06.2017

The youngsters’ revolution

Most of us had become familiar with Theresa May’s distinctive prime ministerial style in the nearly 10 months she’d been...

02.05.2017

The long, lazy days of summer

Having notched up eight successive years of gains since the dark days of spring 2009, stock markets continue to flirt...

20.01.2017

Inauguration of Donald trump as president of the United States: the consequences for equities

What will occupy front and centre stage in the first hundred days of Trump’s presidency is his focus on tax...

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