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Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid - survey;

Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid - survey

ottobre 14, 2020

Over 3% of the adult UK population bought shares for the first time, while almost a fifth of existing investors said they increased their trading levels since the coronavirus crisis started, a survey has revealed.


Study shows spike in people trading shares during COVID-19;

Study shows spike in people trading shares during COVID-19

ottobre 14, 2020

GraniteShares has reported that 15.5% of people who own shares claim to have started buying and selling more since the coronavirus pandemic started.

The research from the ETF provider also suggested that 3% of the adult population – over 1.5 million people – say they have bought some for the first time. Only 10% of people who own shares say they have been trading them less often since the crisis started.


GraniteShares enjoys record week of trading in London thanks to Rolls Royce 3x long ETP;

GraniteShares enjoys record week of trading in London thanks to Rolls Royce 3x long ETP

ottobre 12, 2020

ETF provider GraniteShares, which offers a range of 3x short and 3x leveraged ETPs on popular UK and US stocks listed on London Stock Exchange, which includes exposure to Rolls-Royce, says traders and sophisticated investors traded record volumes of its ETPs, led by interest in Rolls-Royce.  


GraniteShares enjoys record week of trading in London;

GraniteShares enjoys record week of trading in London

ottobre 12, 2020

Roll Royce 3X Long ETP sees a return of 483.7% in one week

In an extraordinary week (5th October to 9th October 2020) the share price of Rolls Royce increased by 96.5%, marked by moves of 24.7% on Thursday, 21.6% on Tuesday, and 14.3% on Friday. 

ETF provider GraniteShares, which offers a range of 3x short and 3x leveraged ETPs on popular UK and US stocks listed on London Stock Exchange, which includes exposure to Rolls-Royce, says traders and sophisticated investors traded record volumes of its ETPs, led by interest in Rolls-Royce.


THE PRUDENT INVESTOR: The coronavirus market crash cost me dear - and although we've seen a healthy bounce-back, I still fear a second wave;

THE PRUDENT INVESTOR: The coronavirus market crash cost me dear - and although we've seen a healthy bounce-back, I still fear a second wave

agosto 18, 2020

Did you hold on through the roller-coaster ride? It has been a nerve-jangling few months since Covid-19 sent the stock market into a spin. At the time of deepest gloom, I produced figures showing how quickly share prices had rebounded after previous dips, and highlighting the risks of panic-selling. We've already had a healthy bounce-back, but some will have benefited from a greater 'boing' than others.


How many FTSE companies have failed to pay dividends in 1H 2020;

How many FTSE companies have failed to pay dividends in 1H 2020

agosto 17, 2020

New analysis from ETF provider GraniteShares, which offers a range of 3x short and 3x leveraged ETPs on popular UK and US stocks, reveals that between 1st January 2020 and 24th July 2020, a staggering 445 companies listed on London Stock Exchange cancelled, cut, or suspended dividend payments.


Five income stalwarts fund managers have been selling;

Five income stalwarts fund managers have been selling

agosto 17, 2020

A total of 445 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange have either cancelled, cut or suspended dividend payments between 1 January and 24 July, according to research from ETF fund manager GraniteShares. Of these, 50 were FTSE 100 companies and 108 housed in the FTSE 250 index. The second quarter’s 57% dividend decline was by far the biggest ever recorded, according to Link Group’s Dividend Monitor. 


Dividends Cut By 445 LSE-Listed Companies;

Dividends Cut By 445 LSE-Listed Companies

agosto 13, 2020

A total of 445 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange cut, suspended or cancelled dividend payments in the first half of this year, according to new figures.

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