magazine 2 Aug 2018
This week’s issue of Shares looks at how leisure companies could come to the rescue of an ailing high street and picks out four potential investment ideas from the space.
Also this week: how the top internationally focused funds can help you go global, the best loved investment trusts and why some small cap stars can keep on rising.
Discover what links the latest results from Facebook and a report on UK dividends and get to grips with the industry jargon which could help you understand businesses better.
Shares also examines some potential Brexit scenarios and your options for growth investing in retirement.
How experiences and attractions are helping to save retailers
Operator FirstGroup is in talks over delayed timetable changes and improvements
Key milestone in Dudley-led renaissance at oil and gas giant
Supply chain disruption and margin pressures maul earnings at McColl’s
Digital disruption and emerging investor activism key drivers
Fresh growth funding likely to fuel acquisitions spree
The US releases its strongest quarterly GDP levels for four years
We present six funds picked by investment experts for global exposure
These are some of retail investors’ favourite collectives, but why are they so popular?
We look at some of the biggest sectors to reveal the key information you might be missing
Is there an easy way for retirees to grow their portfolio and generate an annual income?
Although tax-efficient these vehicles do not enable you to avoid HMRC’s grasp entirely
This product risks being underappreciated
You need to keep some perspective when it comes to financial news
The potential outcomes as the day for the UK's exit from the EU looms
Exceptional companies can deliver some extraordinary long term returns
Complex engineer is using clever acquisitions to add extra value
Guinness-to-Johnnie Walker brands owner is a high quality compounder worth buying and holding
We’re sticking with the pork-to-cooked poultry processor for its premium growth prospects
Company unable to meet recovery in demand
The pharma group's latest addition Vamousse is gaining traction
Investors could enjoy a special dividend later this year