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MOST READ: Top dividend paying stocks, recession-proof stocks, the M&S-Ocado deal and Emma Wall's key investment lessons

James Gard 4 March, 2019 | 9:12AM

Income as ever is at the forefront of investors' minds, but also vying for attention are the M&S-Ocado deal, news on Neil Woodford and the views of departing Morningstar.co.uk editor Emma Wall.

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED FEBRUARY 2019: As part of our series The Income Investor we reveal the top 20 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

Rathbones' Thomson: 5 Recession-Proof Stocks

Rathbones' James Thomson saw plenty of opportunities to buy the dip in the fourth quarter of 2018. He runs us through five stocks with "recession-resistant qualities"

Emma Wall's 5 Investment Lessons

After 13 years as a financial journalist, including six happy years at Morningstar, Senior International Editor Emma Wall is moving on - so what has she learned?

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

Good Times at Last for UK Bank Investors

Rising dividends, profits and share prices reward long-suffering bank shareholders for their patience in the last 10 years

Vietnam's Booming Economy Offers Investment Opportunities

Vietnam's economy is growing and Asian fund managers are bullish on the country's prospects. We assess the opportunities and how you can gain access

M&S and Ocado Deal Splits Market Opinion

Marks & Spencer shareholders weren't impressed with the rights issue and dividend cut which bought half of Ocado's UK retail business for £750 million on Wednesday

Woodford Equity Income Swaps Unquoted Stocks for Stake in Patient Capital

Woodford Equity Income has transferred five of its individual unquoted holdings to Woodford Patient Capital in exchange for a stake in the closed-end fund

EM Bonds Offer Income as Fed Pauses Rate Hikes

The average yield of the US Treasury index is 2.8%. By contrast, for emerging market bonds denominated in US dollar the average yield is 5.5%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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James Gard  is content editor for Morningstar.co.uk

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