Stephanie Flanders, the former BBC economics editor who is now the chief market strategist for Europe at JP Morgan Asset Management, has opined that while events in China may delay the timing of a UK interest rate rise, the Bank of England are likely to act early in 2016.
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Richard Buxton, head of UK equities at Old Mutual Global Investors and manager of the £2 billion Old Mutual UK Alpha fund, has asserted that investors who are prepared to be patient can garner significant rewards from Tesco shares in the coming years.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford, whose CF Woodford Equity Income fund has recorded a gain of 9.9 per cent for 2015 to date, compared to 2.4 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector, has outlined his view on why the present slowdown in China is important for UK investors.
Keith Wade, chief economist at Schroders has revealed what he believes the current turmoil in the Chinese economy means for UK investors.
The jury is still out on the investment case for the giant Alliance Trust, despite the changes announced this morning, according to Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown
Alex Savvides, manager of the JO Hambro UK Dynamic fund, which has returned 62 per cent over the past five years compared to 46 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the reasons behind his decision to continue investing in embattled miner Anglo American.
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JP Morgan: Why the Lloyds Banking Group dividend is worth investing in despite the recent disappointment, but investors should be more cautious on HSBC
Thomas Buckingham, manager of the JP Morgan UK Higher Income fund, has revealed the reasons behind his decision to invest in Lloyds Banking Group, and that he has been concerned enough of late to sell some of his shares in HSBC.
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Wesley McCoy, manager of the £1.25 billion Standard Life UK Equity Unconstrained fund, has revealed the reasons behind his decision to invest in the shares of broadcaster ITV.
Woodford: Investors are being too optimistic about the prospects for the US and UK stock markets in 2015
The expectations of the earnings growth for companies on the US and UK stock market are too optimistic, and have been for years, according to Stephen Lamacraft, co-manager with Neil Woodford of the Patient Capital Investment trust.
Tom Stevenson, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, has outlined the funds he believes offer the most potential for private investors in the current low growth world.
The continued uncertainty around the true state of the Chinese economy means that UK mining stocks are likely to remain out of fashion for some time, weighing down on the prospects for the wide stock market for the rest of the year, according to Chris Beauchamp, senior market analyst at stockbroker IG.
Shares in FTSE 100 pharmaceutical giant Glaxosmithkline (GSK) look cheap right now, but how management deal with some medium term challenges will determine the future prospects for the stock, according to David Pringle co-manager of Kames UK Equity Absolute Return fund.
Ongoing changes in the management at the £3.3 billion Alliance Trust mean that the fund is rapidly becoming an opportunity for investors, according to Jason Hollands, managing director at Tilney Bestinvest.