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James Henderson regrets Carillion ‘mistake’
Manager of Law Debenture and Lowland investment trusts left holding a stake in construction group that he could not sell as it plunged towards liquidation.
Investment Trust Watch: Brittain bounces back
Georgina Brittain has engineered a turnaround in JPMorgan Smaller Companies' performance, sending its shares into the 'expensive' list.
This punishing stock market reminds me of 1987
High yield bond fund manager has the benefit of distance when assessing the stock market and sees parallels with the year that produced Black Monday.
GCP Infrastructure: Labour won't stop us buying PFI
Infrastructure debt fund says private finance initiatives are 'still great assets' despite the threat of a Labour party crackdown.
Bargain hunters pounce on MedicX after solid results
Shares in GP surgery trust jump after results, restoring some of the former healthy premium to net asset value.
Vietnam Holding: there's easily another 50% in the market
Vietnam's stock market has risen by more than 200% over the last five years, but trust focused on the country says there's more to come.
Monks: 'depressing' dividends are stifling growth
Managers of resurgent global investment trust say companies' focus on dividends and buybacks is making life difficult for growth investors.
Fund managers top up infrastructure on Labour alarm
Fidelity and Seneca fund managers say they have been using the hit to infrastructure funds from Labour's PFI hostility as a buying opportunity.
Investment Trust Watch: Woodford's Black Friday discount
As shoppers hunt for bargains, Woodford Patient Capital is changing hands at a near-double digit discount. But that's unlikely to spark a scramble.
Investment Trust Watch: income cheap, but nothing else
The sell-off of alternative income trusts has gathered strength, but if these aren't to your taste, you'll struggle to find cheap trusts elsewhere.