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MOST READ: Top dividend stocks, Terry Smith, Neil Woodford and why investors should prepare for a recession

Emma Wall 26 March, 2018 | 6:46AM

What are investors reading this week? Income stocks reclaim the top spot, but star managers also prove popular. Terry Smith and Neil Woodford hit the headlines recently – and not for positive reasons. Also in the top 10 today, Tesco and at-risk dividends.

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

Terry Smith is a Novice, says Janus Henderson's Bennett

Investors have been warned they could suffer significant losses, as the majority of fund managers have no experience of a bear market

Woodford Fails to Meet Industry Income Requirements

The Morningstar Silver Rated Woodford Equity Income Fund will be moved to the IA UK All Companies sector from the UK Equity Income sector

3 Companies With at Risk Dividends

Worried about the sustainability of dividends in your portfolio? Dunedin Income Growth Trust manager Ben Ritchie names three stocks at risk

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

Is There Value Left in Royal Mail Shares?

After a sustained period of being out of favour, Royal Mail shares have bounced back; up 50% in four months

3 Global Investments Going Cheap

Joe Bauernfreund, manager of the British Empire Trust highlights three globally listed companies he considers undervalued

Tesco Upgraded by Equity Analysts

In a supermarket sector overview, Morningstar equity analysts have upgraded their value for Tesco, but downgraded Sainsbury's

Janus Henderson: Prepare for Recession in 2019

One expert predicts we will see a significant slowdown in global growth this year, with a recession following either next year or 2020

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Emma Wall

Emma Wall  is Senior International Editor for Morningstar

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