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The net asset value of the Woodford Patient Capital Trust and the Woodford Equity Income Fund have today seen material uplifts, as a result of developments at Industrial Heat.
Link Fund Solutions Limited, the Authorised Corporate Director of the LF Woodford Equity Income Fund has formally reviewed the suspension of the fund. Link previously indicated that it was anticipated that the suspension of dealing is likely to last until early December 2019; based on the progress made to date, they remain of the view that this is a realistic timeframe.
Link Fund Solutions Limited (the Authorised Corporate Director of the LF Woodford Equity Income Fund) has formally reviewed the suspension and announced that the fund will remain suspended until early December.
A review of key events in September 2018, a month in which most major regional stock markets posted modest gains, recovering their poise following a late summer sell-off. Concerns about the health of emerging economies abated somewhat during the month, helped by a slightly weaker US dollar. Nevertheless, with inflationary pressures building in the US, there is an increasing risk that US interest rates could rise faster and further than is currently expected…
May was another month in which flows were more important than fundamentals. There was, however, one striking fundamental development in the UK, where the general election confounded the opinion polls by delivering a majority for the Conservative Party on 7 May.
Global equity markets continued to move higher in April, with similar preferences evident to those that have prevailed for much of the last three years. Accordingly, the UK market’s leadership again came principally from Asian-exposed businesses…
We know that economic history rarely repeats itself directly but, to paraphrase Mark Twain, it does tend to rhyme. This article focuses on today’s secular stagnation and explores whether it has occurred before. If it has, what happened?