magazine 1 Nov 2018

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Emerging markets have been out of favour this year, leading many investors to ask whether they are toxic or now a good buying opportunity. Discover more in the latest issue of Shares.

Also this week: what the Budget means for you and your money, plus the stocks to benefit or lose out. Find out about the cheapest ETFs on the UK market and learn about ways in which to hold different currencies in your ISA and SIPP.

Shares looks at Restaurant Group’s acquisition of Wagamama and it goes under the bonnet of Aston Martin. It also reveals a range of investment trusts trading on larger than average discounts.

We look at whether you should take advantage of price weakness or just avoid this part of the investment universe completely

Spike in the VIX as several factors continue to dog sentiment

We discuss how the individual sector constituents fared with their Q3 updates

Many analysts and investors are worried the Frankie & Benny’s owner is making the wrong move

We dive into the market response to the last Budget before Brexit

Price cuts are hurting profit margins, causing the share price to collapse

Tom Selby reports on pensions-related news

The dust has settled following the car maker’s highly-anticipated stock market flotation giving investors a chance to reappraise its investment credentials

We flag funds trading at wider than average discounts (or lower premiums) to net asset value

ETFs are one way to spread your exposure to foreign exchange as Brexit looms

BT wants its new CEO to invest 300% of their salary in stock – does that set a new precedent?

The checks you can do to see if company accounts are giving you a true picture

Amazon and Apple account for nearly half of all the S&P’s gains this year

Legal firm is the ‘shooting star’ of an emerging sector

Discover the three key reasons why you should buy this investment trust today

Payment processing firm also sees outgoing co-chief executive take up a job with BT

Net asset value, earnings and the dividend are all heading in the right direction

Disappointing updates from small cap energy provider and general insurance business

Low costs have helped to make passive investments popular