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James Gard 8 April, 2019 | 8:33AM
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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

5 Best and Worst-Performing Funds in 2019

Funds focused on China, the US and technology outperformed in the first quarter of 2019, while an absolute return offering was bottom of the pile

5 Best and Worst-Performing Investment Trusts in 2019

Of the 55 investment trusts Morningstar analysts give Gold, Silver or Bronze ratings to, none lost investors money in the first quarter of 2019 as equity markets regained lost ground

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

Fund in Focus: Fundsmith Equity

Morningstar analyst Peter Brunt explains why conviction remains high in this fund's ability to outperform in the long term - and why it retains its Gold Rating

Jupiter European Funds Downgraded After Manager Changes

Morningstar analysts have downgraded two Gold-rated funds previously run by Alexander Darwall after Jupiter announced changes to management

Jupiter's Darwall Steps Down From Europe Funds

Alexander Darwall will step back from the management of Jupiter's Morningstar Gold-rated European and European Growth funds, to be replaced by Columbia Threadneedle's Mark Nichols

Will Jeremy Corbyn Really Nationalise UK Companies?

THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson says that investors should bear in mind the possibility of a Labour government because of the impact it would have on share prices

Could the Stock Market Bubble Re-Inflate?

Emiel van den Heiligenberg, head of asset allocation at Legal & General Investment Management, thinks that Investors may be underplaying the chance of a market "melt-up" 

Brexit Deal Could Trigger Next Economic Shock

If the UK leaves the European Union with a Brexit deal, Mark Carney is likely to make a policy mistake by hiking interest rates, say two multi-asset fund managers at Pictet


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James Gard  is content editor for Morningstar.co.uk