magazine 13 Sep 2018
With six months until the UK leaves the EU, investors are seeking answers on how Brexit will play out. The new issue of Shares looks at the range of possible outcomes and how they relate to markets, economics and currencies.
Also this week: The second worst September start for US tech stocks in 10 years, and the investment trust whose dividends are giving shareholders more than twice the reward they can get from best-buy cash savings accounts.
Elsewhere, learn how to create your own simple share price target and discover why funds focused on banking and insurance could grab investors’ attention as UK interest rates go up.
Miner needs to find a solution to a large funding shortfall
Consumer goods giant details plans for cancelling dual-share structure and moving HQ
The Nasdaq index is struggling amid political intervention and profit taking
State Street study is encouraging but UK is still weak versus other global markets
Will the fading retailer survive to see Christmas?
One analyst argues Premier Inn should not be a standalone company
The loan company recently joined the stock market and has a fairly cheap rating
We look at the products to play a stronger backdrop for banks and insurers.
We explore why this investment trust is so popular among investors managing their own portfolios
Having a medium-term goal for a stock can act as a focal point for your investment process
Important points to consider around credit cards, investments and online shopping
It is a good discipline to continuously reappraise your holdings
Monetary policy update and leadership contest top the agenda
You can’t always get what you want with certain stocks and funds
The benefits of its multi-billion dollar tie-up with Vantiv are now starting to be realised
Expanding markets and more predictable revenue should take the stock higher
Exciting investment case is intact at video games outfit
Business sales and GKN value extraction remain share price catalysts
Sports, fashion and outdoor brands seller still defying the high street doom and gloom
Red tape software play confident of further growth