2018 will be a 'year of anxiety' for investors as a slowdown in China pushes the US into recession, says top analyst
Mike Jakeman, analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit has asserted that the Chinese economy will not for much longer be able to ‘defy gravity’ and that a ‘hard landing’ is coming, with recession in the US and consequences for the rest of the world.
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Why I have faith in the Tesco share price will rise, but am shunning Rolls Royce shares, by top income investor
David Goldman, who jointly manages the BlackRock UK Income Fund, which has returned 32 per cent over the past three years, compared to 21 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has asserted that Tesco shares remain an attractive investment for the coming economic conditions.
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Tim Stevenson, who runs the Henderson Eurotrust investment trust, has asserted that a rise in inflation could cause a severe correction in the shares of 10 per cent in the near term, but he feels there are still hidden gems that represent value.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford, whose £9.4 billion Woodford Equity Income fund has returned 29 per cent in the 29 months since launch, has revealed the two FTSE 100 shares he has been buying more of even as negativity around the share prices sharply downwards.
Why BP and Shell shares have been made a better investment by Brexit, according to star income investor
William Meadon, who jointly runs the JP Morgan Claverhouse Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for every one of the past 44 years, has revealed the reasons why he has been buying BP and Shell shares for most of this year.
Job Curtis, who runs the £1.3 billion City of London investment trust, which has increased its dividends for every one of the past fifty years, has revealed the reasons why he continues to invest in Lloyds Banking Group shares.
James Yardley, senior analyst at Chelsea Financial Services, has revealed the funds he believes offer investors protection from rising inflation in the UK.
The stock I've bought because it has fallen by 25 per cent since Brexit and become a bargain, by top investor
Clive Beagles, who runs the £2.7 billion JO Hambro UK Equity Income fund, has revealed the stock he has bought because it has shed 25 per cent of its value since Brexit, for a reason he doesn’t feel is justified.
UK inflation for the month of September was 1 per cent, higher than expected and a stark increase on the 0.6 per cent recorded the previous month, but there may be more than Brexit behind it, according to Ben Brettell, senior economist at Hargreaves Lansdown.
Jamie Clark, who jointly runs the Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund, has asserted that the changed economic environment of recent months means its a good time buy UK construction and house builder shares.
Adrian Lowcock, investment director at Architas has asserted that Premium Bonds are a poor investment in 2016 , and revealed the reasons why he finds them so unattractive right now.
Chris Boxall, co-founder of Fundamental Asset Management, which is a specialist investor for clients seeking to mitigate their inheritance tax liability, has revealed the AIM shares he is keen on for clients eager to mitigate their inheritance tax liability.
Why I've been buying Barclays shares, and the IPO I've put cash into this month, by investor of £2.4 billion
Clive Beagles, who jointly manages the £2.7 billion JO Hambro UK Equity Income fund, has revealed the revealed the reasons why he has started to up his stake in banking giant Barclays, and the one IPO that has caught his eye over the past month.
Tom McPhail, head of pensions research at Hargreaves Lansdown, has revealed the three options he feels are open to investors seeking a secure income in retirement.
John Baker, a veteran investor who jointly runs the JP Morgan UK Dynamic Fund, has revealed the stocks where he is finding value in the world after Brexit, and why he is shunning HSBC and RBS.
Robert Crayfourd, who jointly runs the City Natural Resources Investment Trust, which has assets of £130 million, has revealed the two commodity stocks he is buying more of for value right now.