magazine 28 Oct 2021
Household names going cheap. Shares looks at some consumer-focused names which have seen their shares come under pressure of late.
The digital magazine also features an exclusive interview with the finance chief at British American Tobacco as the company increasingly looks to its next generation of products for growth.
Plus discover some of the most indebted companies in the UK market as speculation mounts about an interest rate rise and find out the market impact of the latest Budget.
The issue also looks at the best-performing Japanese investment trusts and funds as the country sees a change of leadership and examines why cryptocurrency bitcoin has moved to new record highs.
Hard pressed hospitality sector offered a helping hand as Sunak offers rate rise hint
New London listing promises unique ‘green’ hydrogen exposure
Looking at how economic set-pieces and corporate releases influence stocks
These companies offer a mix of generous yields and exposure to exciting areas like cyber insurance
The cryptocurrency has reached new record highs on the launch of a new tracker
David outlines how he manages his investments and his preference for the tech sector
The limit on how much you can put into a pension and benefit from tax relief is worth keeping in mind
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
The value of shares in the world’s largest democracy has grown rapidly this century
In an exclusive interview with Shares the finance chief of the tobacco giant makes a compelling argument
Shares screens the market to find some excellent businesses trading at a discount
Kishida’s leadership could boost Japanese shares
These vehicles look different and are chasing higher returns
Newly-listed trust offers real asset backing, an attractive yield and aligned management
Platinum group metals and chrome producer is set for an excellent 2022
CareTech is in a strong financial position which underpins its growth ambitions
Small and mid cap focused trust’s tried-and-tested strategy is paying off
Short-term challenges shouldn’t overshadow long-run opportunity at the toilet rolls-to-wet wipes maker