Latest News - Michelle McGagh
Train: my fund's 'low' yield is the price for dividend growth
Lindsell Train UK Equity's yield is less than two-third that of the FTSE All-Share. 'You pays your money and you takes your choice,' says Nick Train.By Michelle McGagh - 15 November 2018, 15:22
The Great British Sell Off: 7 funds investors are fleeing
Investors have been fleeing UK equity funds since the Brexit vote, with the seven highlighted here seeing more than £1 billion leave the door.
Budget 2018: NS&I inflation switch hits 500,000 savers
Rates on National Savings and Investments' popular index-linked savings certificates will switch from RPI to CPI inflation.
Music trust's 5% yield strikes a chord with funds
Hipgnosis, the music royalty trust set up by Beyoncé's former manager, is proving a hit with fund managers looking for an alternative to bonds.
Bank governor Carney to see UK through Brexit
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has agreed to extend his term to help the UK transition through Brexit
Woodford cuts Lloyds stake to load up on builders
Barratt Developments is now Woodford's second largest holding as fund group hails 'compelling valuation opportunities' in house builders.
Buy another day: retail investors face wait for Aston Martin shares
James Bond's favourite car maker announces £5 billion flotation but retail investors will face a wait to pick up shares.
Funds sell UK stocks at fastest pace since Brexit vote
Fears of a 'no deal' Brexit have led fund managers to sell UK stocks at their fastest pace since the month before the EU referendum.
The Expert View: Rolls-Royce, Barclays and Aviva
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Merlin Entertainments and Reckitt Benckiser.
Strong US growth and UK results cheer FTSE
(Update) Strong US growth figures extend the FTSE 100's end-of-week rally after encouraging updates from Reckitt Benckiser, BT and Pearson and a big acquisition by BP.