magazine 30 Mar 2017

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Investors want to know what’s going to happen to the stock market and the UK economy now the Brexit process has officially begun. The new issue of Shares takes a health check to see how areas like house prices, manufacturing and retail sales have fared since last year’s referendum vote. It also provides a view on how the markets might react for the rest of the year and in 2018.
You will also find a discussion on how three types of investors may wish to maximum their ISA ahead of the tax year end and longer term. It focuses on investors who are either cautious, have a high appetite for risk or are looking to save money by switching from funds to ETFs. Plus there’s Trump talk, Tesco, IQE, Halfords, loads of other interesting features, company news, our best investment ideas, market stats and much more.

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We’re here to help whether you are cautious or aggressive when it comes to putting money in the stock market

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Supermarket forced to give cash back to certain investors after misrepresenting its accounts

Many UK stocks have been priced higher as likely ‘Trump policy’ beneficiaries. Will this now reverse?

Cash-generative clothing seller has strengths to cope with mounting challenges

Compound semiconductor technology specialist looks perfectly placed

First profit from DAB radio technology minnow

Investors furious as contractor suffers contract delays

Former cash shell looks for edge in ‘telly on the go’

Sports nutrition specialist is worth a look for profit breakthrough and takeover potential

Provider says they would suit beginners and more experienced investors

We explain why closed-ended funds can be very attractive investments

Two reviews could lead to cut in state pension and payment at an older age

Even if a company flops, higher earners could still make a profit

Pay close attention to important economic and consumer data points

Morgan Stanley says historically this alert has been followed by good equity performance

Miner reveals punishing cost of resource nationalism

Acquisition of MBNA credit card business may not be good news for UK bank

Internet TV has been a money-spinner for entertainment streaming giant

Neil Woodford buys half the shares for his investment funds

Advertising agencies and broadcasters look better placed in the wake of content crisis

Investors should expect to see big increase in dividends going forward

Nanoco results will be about partners but positive earnings

Market hotly anticipates Filta’s results

Investment collective has exciting deal flow and exposure to strong part of Asia

Kazakh oil explorer eyes long-life production licence

News on Quixant, Tracsis, Ideagen, Eckoh and more

Plastic packaging firm seems to have exhausted market’s patience with non-stop deals

Diversified miner has high quality assets drawing closer to production