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MOST READ: UK stocks cheap regardless of Brexit outcome, 2018's highest profile stock disasters and prepare for Kier's dividend to be scrapped

Emma Wall 17 December, 2018 | 7:25AM

What are investors reading this week? Brexit, Brexit, Brexit: the latest news, what it means for investors’ portfolios and what we can expect next.

UK Stocks Cheap Regardless of Brexit Outcome

The vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal has been delayed - but whatever the result, UK equities look a good long term investment

"Now is the Time to Buy Bargain UK Stocks"

Expert investors share their reactions to Prime Minister Theresa May surviving the vote of confidence - and what it means for equities and bonds

2018's Highest Profile Share Price Collapses

Profit warnings, debt and short selling have crashed Carpetright, Interserve and Thomas Cook, while Carillion went into liquidation and Patisserie Valerie was suspended

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED AUGUST 2018: Three-quarters of stock sectors saw dividend growth in Q2, and income investors are set for another record year in 2018

Hobson: Prepare for Kier's Dividend to be Scrapped

THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson laments how far Kier has fallen, and warns Thomas Cook shareholders to get out while they can

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: Top Investment Trusts Pay My Pension

Retired investor Larry Grimes’ investment trusts have earned him double-digit annual returns

Brexit: Worst-Case Scenario Hits Bank and Supermarket Stocks

A "disorderly" no-deal Brexit would hit banks, autos, supermarkets and aerospace, say Morningstar equity analysts

Brexit Throws Up Value Opportunities for Savvy Investors

As other investors have become increasingly negative about UK equities over 2018, Dan Kemp has become more enthusiastic

Corbyn a Bigger Threat to Telcos than Brexit

Morningstar equity analysts are more concerned about the future of British politics than the impact of Brexit when it comes to telecoms stocks

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Emma Wall

Emma Wall  is Senior International Editor for Morningstar

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