The manager of the Artemis Income Fund talks about where – and how – he has found his “two or three” good ideas in 2015, and gives his outlook for dividends in the future.
After a flat year for European equities, in which the Artemis European Growth Fund outperformed, manager Philip Wolstencroft is (cautiously) optimistic about 2016.
The Work and Pensions committee has launched an inquiry into how fairly the welfare system treats different generations. It will look at whether government policy – including the triple-lock on state pension increases – is leading to “intergenerational unfairness”. The committee notes baby boomers are set to receive 118 per cent of what they contribute […]
Henderson Global Investors chief investment officer Rob Gambi has left the asset manager following a review of the executive committee. A spokesperson for Henderson confirmed that Gambi left the role in December last year after it was agreed there was no longer a need for the CIO position. In a statement, Henderson says: “The role […]
Jeremy Corbyn says a Labour government would embark on “fundamental reform” to address the needs of “the real middle Britain”, including tackling “rip-off private pensions”. Writing in the Observer, Corbyn said the party will focus on middle and lower-income voters to develop an alternative to the Tories’ “insecure and credit-fuelled economy”. He says Labour will […]
Paul explains how the Artemis Pan-European Absolute Return Fund has profited from recent falls in European equity prices. Click here to watch video
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