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Europe out? Why you should consider buying the British discount
The relative youth of the European earnings cycle versus the now long-in-the-tooth UK equivalent has been a key factor in the relative discount of domestic equity
Citywire Scotland: the Turnberry countdown begins
We can confirm a star-studded line up for our annual event in Turnberry running on 19-20 June.
JPM's AAA-rated Ingram backs Help to Buy to drive returns
JP Morgan Asset Management is backing the government’s Help to Buy programme to continue driving the housing market.
SW Mitchell unveils UK domestic recovery fund
SW Mitchell Capital has launched an all-cap UK equity fund that will focus on companies benefiting from the domestic recovery.
Performance review: Investment Quorum's 2014 'conundrum'
Lowman is maintaining his exposure to the US, but warns earnings growth will have to come through if the market is to continue its rally.
Trust Insider: a good multi-asset fund hidden behind its moving parts
JP Morgan Income & Growth is one of a dwindling number of split capital investment trusts
Neill Nuttall brings curtain down on 30-year JPM career
The co-manager of the £90 million JP Morgan Income & Growth Investment Trust had decided to leave the firm to pursue other opportunities.
Sponsored video: BlackRock on income investing in Europe
Income investing in Europe is less developed than in the UK or United States. But it is a region which offers investors a very broad range of quality businesses paying strong dividends.
JPM’s AA-rated star: Funding for Lending shift positive for housebuilders
John Baker, manager of the JP Morgan UK Dynamic fund, has argued that last week’s move by the Bank of England to refocus its Funding for Lending is in fact positive for housebuilders.
Newscape: Equity trades for a turbulent 2014
Newscape Capital Group’s Richard Bonnor-Moris has repositioned the group’s balanced portfolios in expectation of a continued emerging market (EM) shake-out.