Shares examines five stocks in trouble including Aston Martin, Glencore and GoCompare and looks at what’s needed for them to win back the market’s favour.
Discover the London-listed stocks at risk from Norway’s decision to dump many of its oil and gas investments. And learn about the airline that still doesn’t comply with shareholding rules to keep flying in the EU post-Brexit.
Also this week: more negative economic data spooks the markets, 10 ISA mistakes to avoid, and understanding changes to the state pension age.
Investment trusts this week include Fundsmith Emerging Equities and Polar Capital Global Financials. You can also learn about the mechanics of buying a share.
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We look at the lessons this seminal book has for investors today
EasyJet still to qualify for the rules and Ryanair to block UK investors from buying shares in case of ‘hard Brexit’
Shares in Kraft Heinz have cratered, potentially leaving it vulnerable to a takeover
The companies have not yet identified where they could make cost savings
We look at some of the past week’s share price movers
Sovereign fund plans to exit oil and gas exploration and production investments
Investment bank Morgan Stanley warns market is too confident in ‘Goldilocks’ scenario
The company has moved on from its high street and news distribution days
We discuss the merits of the asset class with several fund managers
Polar Capital Global Financials Trust hopes M&A and technology developments could help drive the broader financial sector
US Solar Fund will aim to deliver 5.5% yield and 7.5% total return a year
By avoiding these mistakes you can potentially improve your returns and minimise tax
New figures suggest investors are increasingly worried
Stocks have performed patchily in response to interest rate cuts in the past
FEET offers defensive and disciplined exposure to the globe’s fastest growing markets
Advertising giant offers a 7% yield while investors wait for recovery
With our buy call still in the red, we’re cutting our losses and moving on
Seller of promotional products impresses with full year numbers
Pensions expert Tom Selby explains the age-related timetable