Shares & trading
News on FTSE-listed companies, from results to brokers' views
26 Sep 2016
Job Curtis, who runs the £1.4 billion City of London Investment Trust, which has paid an increased dividend for each of the past fifty years, has revealed the reasons why he has been selling shares in pharma giants Astra Zeneca and Glaxosmithkline (GSK).
23 Sep 2016
Richard Saldanha, who runs the Aviva Investors Global Equity Income fund, has asserted that the shares of global consumer company Unilever remain an attractive income investment, despite the valuation.
23 Sep 2016
James Balfour, who jointly runs the £943 million Aviva UK Equity Income fund has revealed the reasons why he won’t invest in the shares of Tesco, or any other UK supermarket.
Investors should ignore the 'cod science' of Lloyds Banking Group shares, and expect a disappointment on the dividend
22 Sep 2016
Stephen Bailey, who runs the £524 million Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund, which has a current yield of 4.3 per cent, has asserted that only ‘cod science’ justifies the optimism that the majority of the market feel about Lloyds Banking Group shares, and that the company will have major problems paying the dividend.
20 Sep 2016
Job Curtis, who runs the £1.3 billion City of London Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for each of the past fifty years, has asserted that, despite the suite of negatives that surround the stock, BT’s share dividend looks reliable.
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19 Sep 2016
Jack Barrat, who jointly runs the £512 million GLG Undervalued Assets Fund, has asserted that Tesco shares, despite the precipitous fall they have experienced since their peak, are not good value.
19 Sep 2016
Adrian Frost, who jointly runs the £6.4 billion Artemis Income fund, has revealed the reasons why he prefers to invest in the shares of BP ahead of rival oil giant Royal Dutch Shell.
15 Sep 2016
Simon McGarry, head of equities at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management , has revealed the three FTSE 250 stocks he thinks represent good value for investors in a post-Brexit world
Why now is a good time to own HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays shares, by investor of £361 million
15 Sep 2016
Alex Savvides, who runs the £361 million JO Hambro Capital Partners UK Dynamic Equity fund, has revealed the reasons why he is confident enough to have 15 per cent of the capital deployed in UK bank shares.
6 Sep 2016
James Clunie, who runs the £433 million Jupiter Absolute Return fund, has revealed the reasons why he thinks BP and HSBC shares can rise stoutly from here.
5 Sep 2016
Derek Stuart,who runs the £1.1 billion Artemis UK Special Situations fund, which has returned 74 per cent over the past five years, compared to 66 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the reasons why he is sticking with BT shares, despite the negativity surrounding the shares.
31 Aug 2016
Eric Moore, who runs the Miton Income fund, which has a yield of 4 per cent, has revealed for What Investment the reasons why he is persevering with the shares of BP and Shell.
30 Aug 2016
Simon Gergel, who runs the £649 million Merchants Investment Trust, which has a yield of 5.7 per cent, has revealed exclusively for What Investment the reasons why he won’t own shares in telecoms giant BT, despite the shares having a current yield of 3.9 per cent.
26 Aug 2016
Job Curtis, who runs the City of London Investment Trust, a £1.4 billion fund that has increased its dividend for each of the past thirty years under his tenure, has revealed the reasons why he has been investing more capital in Lloyds Banking Group shares.
25 Aug 2016
Stephen Bailey, who runs the Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund has revealed the reasons why he has sold all of his shares in Shell and BP.
22 Aug 2016
Chris White, manager of the £216 million Premier Monthly Income fund which has a yield of 4.3 per cent, has asserted that the shares of Lloyds Banking Group can produce reliable dividends, particularly as the economic outlook changes.