Webinar: Myth-busting the UK equities market
Schroders Head of UK Equities Sue Noffke and Research Analyst James Goodman debunk some common misconceptions about the UK stock market. Watch the webinar to find out why they think UK stocks could be “one of the trades of the decade.“
Myth 1: The UK economy is weaker after Brexit so it can’t be an attractive place to invest.
Reality: The correlation between economic growth and market performance is weak. This is especially true for UK companies, which derive a significant share of their earnings from abroad.
Myth 2: There are no growth companies in the UK.
Reality: Over 40 UK companies saw their share prices increase more than 10-fold in the decade to 31 July 2021.
Myth 3: The UK is a “sustainability pariah”.
Reality: UK companies are world leaders in many areas of sustainable investment, such as electric vehicle batteries and responsibly-sourced clothing.
Myth 4: The UK was only good for dividends which have been cut due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Reality: The yield from the UK stock market still looks very favourable compared to other markets.
Watch the video above to find out more.
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