The US economy is the driver of much of the world’s growth. Is it on the ropes as inflation soars and interest rates are hiked, as is being suggested by many commentators? Or are investors selectively ignoring some more favourable signals? Plus, what is the wider global context, particularly diving below the macro-economic factors to the fortunes of individual companies – Matthew Tillett and Joe Lynam discuss.
Seeking out the best opportunities for growth and reliable dividends wherever they may be, The Brunner Investment Trust invests in companies all over the world. Brunner aims to provide investors with growth in capital and dividends over the long term. We measure the Trust’s performance against the benchmark index (70% FTSE World ex-UK Index and 30% FTSE All-Share Index).
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The Brunner Investment Trust PLC (Brunner) was formed from the Brunner family’s interest in the sale of Brunner Mond & Co, the largest of the four companies which came to form Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in 1926. Today, Brunner shares are available for everyone to buy and are widely held by both private and institutional investors.
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