Investment Trust Update | 8th March 2019
In this bulletin, Schroders' Tokyo manager set to retire, the FCA admits KIDs ‘mislead’ public on returns & costs and liquidity in investment trust shares seem to be falling. FCA - PRIIPs Call for Input Feedback Statement
Neil's View: the era of cheap and plentiful money is ending
After 15 years Neil Woodford is buying back into stocks like Lloyds Bank. We look at his thesis that rising rates, falling liquidity and slowing Chinese money supply growth mean a change in stock market leadership is on the cards.
Carillion - what happens now
Carillion has gone into compulsory liquidation. The ramifications will be massive with £700m at least in trade payables, £1.7bn in government contracts and a UK workforce of 20,000 to sort out.