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Winners and losers of the FTSE 100 in the first three months of 2019
The first three months of 2019 the blue chip index has managed to return investors an impressive 8.2%.Despite the…
It pays to be quick off the investor mark
The 2017/18 tax year has drawn to a close and straight away a new tax year has begun, and, with it, investors will be…
Janus Henderson's Job Curtis: The outlook for 2018
Predictions for 2018: Will the FTSE 100 soar above 8,000?
As we start the new year, global stock markets are at record highs. The FTSE 100 is no exception, although it has lagged…
Just 19 FTSE 100 companies continue to provide final salary pensions
Workers increasingly lose out on access to more lucrative final salary defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, new research…
Will St. Nick give investors the ‘Santa Rally’ gift of record consecutive monthly gains in 2017?
Investors in the S&P 500 – the index of leading US companies – are days away from another record month of gains, and some…
Black Monday 30 years on – could the stock market crash again?
This week - 19 October to be exact - marks 30 years since “Black Monday”, the largest single stock market crash in living…
One in five FTSE 100 pension schemes would struggle in a recession
As many as one in five FTSE 100 companies would struggle to meet their commitments to their pension scheme during an economic…
FTSE 100 index hits record closing high: Could it go higher?
Experts say investors should temper their expectations after the FTSE 100 reached a record closing high.The FTSE 100,…
The stock market in October: Fruitful but volatile
October’s bad reputation among investors seems to be justified at first glance. In 1987 the FTSE All-Share index fell by 27%…