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Brexit: Initial thoughts

Follow the link to: Read the Article written by Neil Woodford 24th June 2016



Top 10 Articles on Morningstar

Last week's Brexit outcome and what it means for investors is top of the agenda for Morningstar readersContinue Reading



Annuity Rates Fall in Wake of Brexit

Pension income has taken a hit following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.



TwentyFour AM makes double hire ahead of US expansion plans

TwentyFour Asset Management has expanded its asset-backed securities and unconstrained teams with two hires and has set its sights on the US as it plans to open a new office in the country.



IA to launch Volatility Managed sector for outcome-based funds

The Investment Association (IA) will launch a Volatility Managed sector in November to house the growing number of funds in the Unclassified peer group which target a volatility or risk outcome for investors.



Meet the Investment Influencers: Jupiter's John Chatfeild-Roberts

In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to John Chatfeild-Roberts of Jupiter Fund Management.



Industry Voice: Uncovering hidden gems in Japan

Tokio Marine Asset Management, as a locally-based bottom-up stock selector, offers a different perspective on the widely held market perceptions of Japan and presents an alternative view which some investors outside of Japan may not have been aware of so far.



Osborne: Banks Will Help Smooth Market Volatility

Chancellor George Osborne has said that "Britain's financial system will help our country deal with any Brexit shocks and dampen them - not make them worse"Continue Reading



Time to focus on the non-traditional hunting grounds in UK equities

Dividend cuts have been a prominent story for the UK equity income sector over the past 12 months, albeit from fairly high levels in some instances.



If corporate profitability remains under pressure, should investors expect a recession?

The crisis period from 11 February to just before the result of the EU referendum had stemmed from a vicious circle of contracting global liquidity (itself caused by a stronger US dollar and reduced monetary stimulus) and deteriorating global growth, exacerbated by the plunge in oil prices.

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