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Global dividends rose to a record $1.66 trillion in 2023

According to the latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index, global dividends rose to a record $1.66 trillion in 2023, up 5.0% on an underlying basis. The year ended on a particularly positive note, with Q4 dividends rising 7.2% on an underlying basis, thanks to strength in Europe, the UK and Japan.

Tags: Janus Henderson, Income
Three ways to unlock opportunity in emerging-market equity income

Which emerging-market companies are capable of paying dividends over the long-term?

Tags: abrdn, Income
The return of capital discipline

Newton’s Jim Lydotes thinks shareholders have been overlooked by certain companies in recent years, but he says some sectors are leading the way in terms of capital discipline, enabling them to pay dividends.

Tags: BNY Mellon Investment Management, Utilities, Pharmaceutical, Income, Equities, Dividends
UK Equity Income: The Case for Being Boring

With no derivatives, bonds, loss-making entities, unquoted or overseas stocks, Colin Morton explains why he still favours a plain vanilla approach.

Tags: UK equity, income, Colin Morton
Income: the engine that drives returns

Total returns consist of yield (the dividends or coupons of equities and bonds) and capital appreciation (the change in the price of those assets). Over the long term and across asset classes, income has proven to be the most important, and dependable, component of total returns. Much like a trusted engine.

Tags: Income, Investec
Why We're Not Obsessing over Brexit

It’s approaching crunch time for Brexit. The resolution is far from clear, but Colin Morton, manager, Franklin UK Equity Income Fund, believes Brexit is unlikely to define the United Kingdom in five to 10 years’ time and that suggests there should be potential opportunities to be found in the current environment.

Tags: Brexit, Colin Morton, UK Equities, Income, Franklin Templeton
Global markets: Ripping up the playbook...

The end of unconventional monetary policy is affecting financial markets in complex and unpredictable ways. In this article Jacob de Tusch-Lec examines the implications – and how the fund is positioned to benefit.

Tags: income, global, equities, quantitative easing, interest rates, outlook, fundamentals
Investing for income: Checking the signals

James Foster and Jacob de Tusch-Lec, managers of the Artemis Monthly Distribution Fund, discuss why investors seeking income must proceed with caution – and what that means for their fund.

Tags: income, monthly or regular income, bonds, equities, inflation, monetary tightening, UK, Brexit, high yield, investment grade, value

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