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MOST READ: Neil Woodford's latest travails, the FTSE 100's rising dividend yield and SIPP investing were popular stories this week

James Gard 30 April, 2018 | 9:09AM

What are investors reading this week? Readers are focusing on Neil Woodford, dividends, funds, SIPPs and Shell.

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

FTSE 100's Dividend Yield Passes 4%

Dividends in the first quarter of 2018 grew 7.6% on a headline basis, but sterling strength trimmed underlying payouts

Woodford-Backed Prothena Loses 70%

Prothena has scrapped the development of its lead drug after mid-stage clinical tests failed, but key investor Neil Woodford is still backing the Irish biotech firm

5 Best and Worst Performing Funds of 2018

A Japan-focused fund has been the best performing top rated fund year to date, while a pair of Indian offerings were at the opposite end of the table

Woodford, Train and Smith Hit by FTSE Failures

We round up the five worst-performing FTSE 100 stocks in the first three months of 2018 and the fund managers that own them

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

Shell Remains Undervalued, say Analysts

Morningstar equity analysts remain confident in the oil company’s financial framework after strong first quarter earnings

SIPP Investing: 10 Most-Bought Stocks

The 10 most-purchased UK stocks in SIPPs this tax year were split equally between FTSE 100 dividend payers and more speculative AIM offerings

Reckitt Benckiser Shares Still Undervalued

Morningstar equity analysts are lowering their share price forecast for the consumer goods giant, but believe that the shares are still below their fair value

 

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James Gard  is subeditor for Morningstar.co.uk