ArchivesMagazine - 31 May 2018FTSE 100 pension schemes move into surplus But are members of defined benefit schemes safer? 31 May 2018|Money Matters Issue: 31 May 2018 - Page 40 < Pension tips for the self-employed What Intertek’s revenue rally means for its premium rating > Issue: 31 May 2018 - Page 40 | Contents Next: What Intertek’s revenue rally means for its premium rating Previous: Pension tips for the self-employed Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Tom Sieber Issue Contents Aequitas Why investors will be hoping transport stocks pick up steam in the second half of 2018 Big News Former CEO looks to topple Stobart chairman Royal Mail analyst fears are overdone Why Homebase sale is such good news for Kingfisher Europe hit by renewed political instability National Grid recommits to dividend growth promise Editor's View What Apple's latest earnings release can tell you about quality companies Funds There are more attractions to Russia this year than the World Cup Great Ideas Electrocomponents is raising the bar Why Buffett might appreciate Proactis value Great Ideas Update Dixons Carphone’s profits are lacking spark Quixant forecasts raised to underline our bullish view Restore shredded on mixed update Ibstock out in the cold on weather-related weakness Investment Trusts Delivering something different for investors Larger Companies What Intertek’s revenue rally means for its premium rating Main Feature FTSE Health check. Can it go higher? Money Matters FTSE 100 pension schemes move into surplus Pension tips for the self-employed Smaller Companies Hollywood Bowl is proving to be a superb investment Story In Numbers Oil sector gushing with cash Young’s enjoys soaring cocktail sales Mothercare’s missed opportunity Talking Point EasyJet vs Ryanair: Which shares could have made you richer?