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MOST READ: Articles on how investors can survive a fall in the FTSE 100, the outlook for equities next year and why National Grid shares are carrying a Corbyn discount

James Gard 11 December, 2017 | 10:12AM

What are investors reading this week? Popular on are articles on the FTSE 100 weakness, and the outlook for UK dividends and sterling in 2018.

What Should Investors Do About the FTSE 100 Fall?

The FTSE 100 index has fallen 200 points over the last month. What has caused it and what should investors do? Emma Wall talks to Dan Kemp

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED JUNE 2017: Dividend payments are expected to total £85bn in 2017. We reveal the top 20 dividend paying stocks in the FTSE 350

What Will Drive UK Stock Market Returns in 2018?

BlackRock's Adam Avigdori looks ahead to 2018 to what will drive stock market growth and investment opportunities over the next 12 months

Buxton: BT's Dividend is Unsustainable

Old Mutual Global Investors' chief exec Richard Buxton is bullish on UK equities and their dividends - with the exception of BT

Corbyn Fears Push Down National Grid Shares

Killik's Rachel Winter picks National Grid as one of her three stock picks this month, saying the stock has been oversold on the back of renationalisation fears

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

Saga Management Needs to Get a Grip, says Hobson

THE WEEK: Morningstar columist Rodney Hobson says investors caught out by Saga's share price drop should stay in - but he wouldn't invest any more cash

Sterling Could Have Further to Fall

After a strong 2017, the pound has begun this week in negative territory. Here, we assess what a falling pound could do to stock markets over the next 12 months

What is the Outlook for UK Dividends?

Fund managers are divided on the impact of Brexit on UK companies, with some avoiding domestic stocks and others considering the negativity overdone

The Investment Case for UK Equities Following Brexit

Brexit is looming and rates are rising, creating uncertainty in the UK market. But speculation and volatility are friends to a valuation-driven investor

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