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MOST READ: What are investors reading this week? It's all about income investing, Lloyds, impact of a strong US dollar on emerging markets, and sustainable investing

Karen Kwok 8 May, 2017 | 10:54AM

What’s on investors’ minds this week? Income investing and Lloyds bank are at the top of the agenda. readers are also interested to know in why a strong US dollar and a rising Federal Reserve bank rate often mean bad news for emerging market returns, as well as the latest on sustainable investing. You can find the best of our content, as voted for by readers, below.

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED FEBRUARY 2017: Dividend payments have been boosted £4.8 billion by Brexit. We reveal the top 20 dividend paying stocks in the FTSE 350

Lloyds Tops Most Popular Stocks List

Lloyds remains the most popular stock on for the 19th consecutive month, joined by utilities companies

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

Investor Views: “Why I’m Buying British”

Private investor Anthony Ellender tells Morningstar why he favours closed-end funds and reveals his portfolio of blue chip shares paying decent dividends

Buxton: Lloyds Will Pay a 10% Dividend

Star UK equity fund manager Richard Buxton says he enjoys the negativity around banking stocks, as it creates opportunities for his fund. He reveals his three top picks

Why is a Strong US Dollar Bad for Emerging Markets?

Why does a strong US dollar and a rising Federal Reserve bank rate often mean bad news for emerging market returns? And what does that mean for today's outlook?

Your Guide to Sustainable Investing

Want to secure a sustainable source of income and returns? Look beneath the hood of your fund holdings to see how they score on environmental, social and governance factors

Dodge & Cox Worldwide US Stock vs Passive Funds

How does a Gold Rated actively managed US equity fund fare against a low cost ETF or tracker fund? We reveal how Dodge & Cox performs against a passive strategy

Hobson: Sainsbury's Results Make Me Angry

THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson drags supermarket stock Sainsburys over the coals for failing to own up to bad performance in their recent results

Cazenove: Passive Funds Don't Work for Value Investors

Investors should invest in a passive fund with an active strategy, as you may end up investing in stocks that lose you money by investing in an index-tracking fund

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About Author Karen Kwok

Karen Kwok  is a Reporter for