magazine 11 Jan 2018

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Looking for stocks and funds yielding more than 5% so you can sit back and let the cash roll in? If so, then don’t miss the latest issue of Shares magazine which celebrates all things related to income.

Discover the highest yielding FTSE 350 stocks, learn about the pros and cons of special dividends and find out which small caps are rewarding their shareholders with regular cash payments.

Elsewhere, Shares examines the options for Worldpay investors who are about to receive a slug of cash and shares in a bigger company as part of a takeover. Shares also reveals the UK-quoted companies set to benefit from major US tax reforms.

The investments where you can sit back and let the cash roll in

The stock is down by 64% since June 2017

Execution is key to operational and share price recovery

Thermal coal price back above $100 but the long-term outlook is less positive

Big discovery highlights oil potential for Eco offshore Guyana

A snapshot of good and bad corporate news

Shoppers spend £1bn more than last year in festive splurge

We look at some of the firms affected by changes on the other side of the Atlantic

Shareholders are about to get a mixture of cash and shares as acquisition by Vantiv is approved

Income investors often focus on large established companies but some smaller names also offer generous yields

Experienced investor Rosemary Banyard on the hunt for quality stocks

Industry experts worry that scenarios for potential returns in the future are too optimistic

Henderson Far East Income fund manager explains how he is able to find investment opportunities

We analyse the investment case for ESG and reveal the experts’ top fund picks

We outline the Government’s plans to improve part of the pensions system

We talk to a smaller company fund manager about spotting investment ideas in the current environment

Company’s appeal over key project is rejected by planning authority

Gambling resort's fortunes continue to recover from China's anti-corruption clampdown three years ago

Long-term leases to hinder uncertain turnaround of struggling department store

We look at the stocks handing out the cash and the key points to consider when looking at attractive headline yields

Diversified miner set to update on fourth quarter trading on 15 January

All eyes on student housing specialist ahead of full year results on 15 January

Multi-price discounter has sales momentum at its heels

Equity markets are buoyant but Ashmore is more exposed to bonds

Regeneration specialist U and I looks an absolute bargain at current levels

Online education provider has the cash to help build scale

Shares carried by increasingly upbeat momentum tide

UBS outlines potential scenarios to unlock hidden value in the business

The veterinary pharma specialist reports strong trading and a potential US tax benefit

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These articles are provided by Shares magazine which is published by AJ Bell Media, a part of AJ Bell. Shares is not written by AJ Bell Youinvest.

Shares is provided for your general information and use and is not a personal recommendation to invest. It is not intended to be relied upon by you in making or not making any investment decisions. The investments referred to in these articles will not be suitable for all investors. If in doubt please seek appropriate independent financial advice.

Investors acting on the information in these articles do so at their own risk and AJ Bell Media and its staff do not accept liability for losses suffered by investors as a result of their investment decisions.

The Shares team

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