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The outlook for European equities beyond its ‘golden year’

European equities have enjoyed a perfect storm of positivity this year. Reduced political uncertainty, improving economic data and steady company results have all driven investors back to this often-overlooked region.

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Sentiment wanes after Trump whirlwind

The FTSE is suffering in the aftermath of yesterday’s Trump speech, with pharmaceutical firms Hikma and Shire proving a drag after the President elect promised lower US drug prices. Fortunately,

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Investors should take more credit risk in 2017

Phil Milburn and David Ennett, who co-manage the £1.1bn Kames High Yield Bond Fund, say that barring an inflation shock, this year should provide a fertile hunting ground for investors

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The shades of grey in ethical investing

Smoking isn’t good for you, but it’s been very good for UK investors’ returns over the past decade. Depending on how comfortable you feel with this statement, you may or

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The Share Centre has chosen its share of the week

Research based pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline, has announced that it has submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration approval for a new vaccine for the prevention of the viral disease,

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UK plc dividends exceed profits

The analysis, using data from The Share Centre’s Profit Watch UK report and the Capita Asset Services UK Dividend Monitor, shows that dividend cover has fallen by 38% in the past

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Where to invest in the Aftermath

Markets and investors have had a few days to digest the events of Thursday’s EU Referendum. The FTSE 100 is subdued with domestic banks and housebuilders showing large falls.  Sterling