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MOST READ: Income investing ideas remain top of the agenda, as well as the US election and top equity fund for sustainable returns

Karen Kwok 7 November, 2016 | 10:07AM

What have investors been reading this week? Inflation will grow to 4% in 2017 according to Ernest and Young, and investors are looking for income stocks to beat higher inflation. As sustainable investing has come to the fore recently, investors are looking for top equity funds offering sustainable long-term returns. Will the political uncertainty in the US affect UK investors? You can find the best of our content, as chosen by Morningstar.co.uk readers, below.

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED JULY 2016: Dividend payments have been boosted £4.3 billion by Brexit. We reveal the top 20 dividend paying stocks in the FTSE 350

Top 20 FTSE 100 Dividend Paying Stocks

THE INCOME INVESTOR: The largest companies in the UK source their revenues internationally, meaning your dividend stream is boosted by global economic growth

Top Equity Funds for Sustainable Returns

Good Money Week: Looking for sustainable long-term returns? Make ESG criteria a part of your investment decisions. We highlight equity funds which don't compromise for profits

Income Investors Look to Global Equities and Infrastructure

Developed market equities prove popular with closed-end fund investors - with infrastructure and biotech trusts making the top 10

5 Undervalued Income Stocks to Beat 4% Inflation

We reveal 5 undervalued income stocks that will help investors protect themselves against the higher inflation forecast

US Election: Does it Matter to UK Investors?

Don't think that the US election affects you? A fifth of revenues from UK stocks come from the US and nation has a big impact on global growth

Good Timing is Key to Successful Factor Investing

For most investors, it pays to maintain a static allocation to factors and be broadly diversified, says Morningstar's Alex Bryan

October: Mergers, Fund Launches and Manager Walk-outs

NEWS YOU CAN USE: In the past month, Henderson has merged with Janus, Neptune has lost another US fund manager and there has been a wave of new funds launched

Are UK Stocks Good Value Investments?

There is greater potential for merger and acquisition activity in smaller companies and the lower sterling is likely to boost the appeal of U.K. companies to overseas buyers

F&C: We're Selling UK Stocks

Foreign & Colonial Investment Trust manager Paul Niven is upping his exposure to emerging markets while colleague Peter Hewitt dumps UK stocks post-Brexit

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About Author Karen Kwok

Karen Kwok  is a Reporter for Morningstar.co.uk