magazine 7 Jul 2022

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Free Haleon shares for Glaxo investors: when it happens and what to expect.

Discover where investors made money in the first half of 2022 and how trading down could affect supermarkets and consumer goods companies.

Is your fund performing badly? Find out what you need to do.

Find out the difference between capital preservation funds including Capital Gearing and Ruffer. Discover why Rathbone Global Opportunities fund won’t change its approach despite the end of a winning streak.

BuzzFeed and LADBible get plenty of clicks but their shares have been a flop. Find out why.

You can also read about Sainsbury’s, AO, Chrysalis Investments, Murray International, On The Beach and more.

We're seeing a lot of change at the top which might make investors nervous

Lenders are in a much stronger position to pay out cash to shareholders

The supermarket chain sticks with its recently-lowered full year profit guidance

A big bet on buy now, pay later group Klarna is backfiring

Oil, tobacco, healthcare, defence, pharmaceuticals and telecoms were all in vogue

The firm tries to calm investors by saying it has adequate liquidity

Haleon has predictable revenues and modest growth potential. The key unknown is valuation.

Investors are worried about a slowdown in advertising

History shows households typically tighten their purse strings in tough times

The fund is having a harder time as its investment style has gone out of favour

Investors with money in Fundsmith Equity and Scottish Mortgage should take note

We compare Capital Gearing, Personal Assets, RIT and Ruffer

Mondi, Indivior, Thungela and South32 are all examples of successful corporate splits

This is a high-risk but potential high-return investment

Murray International’s qualities look ideal for the current state of the market

Some of the holdings have fallen despite reassuring news flow

A reader wants to better understand how the system works