By Mark Sands and Valentina Romeo After five weeks of fierce election campaigning, the results are in. Both the FTSE 100 and the pound jumped on the news of an unexpected majority secured by the Conservatives, a result far removed from the hung parliament scenario consistently touted by the pollsters. But the election throws up […]
I have been reading the commentary and social media activity around the recent BACK2Y conference with huge interest. I should probably declare some interests here. I went to the first conference last year and would have gone again this year if not for a diary clash. I have known and respected founder Paul Armson for […]
Forecasts for growth in the UK have been lowered by the Bank of England in its latest inflation report. The Bank says inflation hit zero in March, as previously forecast, driven by falls in energy and food prices. However, the Bank has made minor reductions in forecasts for growth in gross domestic product for the […]
Curtis Banks has begun trading on AIM, with a market capitalisation of £85m. The Sipp provider announced last month it was planning to float on AIM. It has raised £7.5m through the conditional placing of 3.9 million new ordinary shares at a price of 190p per share. Selling shareholders have agreed to sell 7.3 million […]
By Joshua Ausden, Head of Client Investment Strategy at Neptune FE Alpha Manager Mark Martin and Assistant Manager Holly Cassell explain how they have delivered sector-topping returns with a low level of volatility in the UK Mid Cap Fund. Since inception in December 2008, the £616m fund has returned 299%, outperforming the FTSE 250 Index […]
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