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MOST READ: Top 20 dividend paying stocks, Fundsmith and Woodford hit by stock news and cash ISA rates

Emma Wall 26 February, 2018 | 10:07AM

What are investors reading this week? The very best income stocks, star fund managers Neil Woodford and Terry Smith hit troubles and the likelihood of a recession as predicted by bond markets.

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED JANUARY 2018: Dividend payments totalled £94 billion 2017. 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

Fundsmith Hit as Reckitt Benckiser Shares Slip to Two-Year Low

Reckitt Benckiser shares have fallen 24% since June, with the household goods maker off 6.6% after announcing flat like-for-like revenue growth for the full-year

Hobson: My ISA Stock Picks

THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson considers where to invest the remaining £5,000 of this year's ISA allowance

What Should Investors in Woodford's Fund Do?

Morningstar Investment Management's Cyrique Bourbon examines the recent poor performance of UK equity income fund manager Neil Woodford

What is a Fund?

Funds are suitable for investors who do not have the time or expertise to construct and monitor a portfolio themselves. We go back to basics and explain all

More Pain For Woodford After AA Profit Warning

Neil Woodford-backed breakdown specialist is embarking on an ambitious turnaround, after profits slumped and the dividend was slashed

Lloyds Announces Bumper Dividend

Lloyds Bank has raised its dividend 20% to 3.05p per share, despite falling short of the market's forecast for profits - as HSBC did yesterday

Cash ISA Rates Recover as Government Pulls Funding Scheme

Increases may be modest, but savings experts forecast rates of 3% in near future

Are Bond Yields Forecasting Global Recession?

Economic indicators may be positive but bond yields suggest a more negative outlook ahead

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About Author Emma Wall

Emma Wall  is Senior Editor for Morningstar.co.uk