59. Dealing with dividend cuts and the tumbling price of oil

Manager Martin Cholwill has been investing in UK equities since the 1990s. In this podcast, he talks about the extent of potential dividend cuts, highlights the sectors and companies that could be more resilient than most, and gives his view on what the tumbling oil price means for companies like BP and Shell – two of the biggest dividend payers in the UK stock market.
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Royal London UK Equity Income fund invests in companies that can generate significant free cashflow to finance sustainable dividend payments. The manager invests with conviction in out-of-favour companies of all sizes, but has a pragmatic approach, aiming to build a portfolio suitable for all market conditions.

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