This year has been far from smooth sailing for investors, and you don’t have to look far to find the markets causing the worst of the pain. FE Research takes a look at 2015’s investment market nightmares for the UK retail investor.
As Good Money Week comes to an end for another year, FE Trustnet looks at the top performing ethical funds over the past decade and how they pitted against their respective sectors.
Shares in British fashion stalwart, Burberry have fallen nearly 12 per cent following the company’s warning that sales had been hit by the slowdown in China.
We take a look at the emerging market funds that have offered double digit returns since the global equity markets plunged on August 24th.
As the latest update from the Office for National Statistics highlights the growing confidence among UK investors – especially in the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), FE Trustnet takes a look at the top performing smaller companies.
Kii Hub has received the Client Choice Award: Best Service Provider in the Corporate LiveWire Global Fund Awards 2015.
HSBC shares have climbed this morning after the bank beat analyst’s expectations today by announcing a 10 per cent rise in profits for the first half of this year, driven by strong performance in Hong Kong. The bank reported pre-tax profits rose to $13.6bn in H1, up from £12.3bn a year ago. Revenues were up from $31.1bn from $32.9bn.
“Yesterday’s sharp vertical drop in Apple’s share price will obviously concern investors with any substantial exposure to the tech behemoth. Shares in the California-headquartered multinational firm slid around 7 per cent in afternoon trading following its latest quarterly results.
Yesterday’s budget announcement of pending dividend tax changes will be seen by many as a coup for savers and retirees alike - the much needed encouragement for Britons to buy into a savings regime while also providing some form of relief for yield-starved income seekers.