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Latest News - Michelle McGagh

Foresight Solar warms to overseas buys

The solar fund is looking for attractively valued solar assets in the secondary market and overseas.

Acorn Income managers hail small caps but shun risky bonds

While Acorn Income's smaller companies portfolio generated healthy returns during the first half, co-manager Paul Smith warned bond valuations look stretched.

Invesco bond heavyweights warn over high yield rally

Paul Causer and Paul Read say 'exceptionally low' yield on lower-grade bonds leave them exposed should government bond prices fall.

Oakley Capital: we will not repeat dilutive share issue

The board of the private equity fund confirms it will not issue any more shares at a discount, after January's unpopular share issue.

JPM American: Apple's shares have even further to go

Garrett Fish, manager of the JPMorgan American trust, says shares in Apple look attractive, despite hitting new highs this year.

Gervais Williams stands by painful FTSE bet

The Diverse Income trust's insurance policy against a significant market fall has hurt performance, but the managers are happy to keep it in place.

EAT sticks to balanced diet as feast follows famine

European Assets Trust has rebounded strongly after a torrid 2016, but manager Sam Cosh is wary of high valuations.

FEET wants to make a bigger footprint in India

India retains its allure for Terry Smith, whose emerging markets trust considers allowing him to invest more in the country.

Claverhouse: May's loss could be stock market's gain

Theresa May's loss of her parliamentary majority could boost the stock market if it leads to a softer Brexit, says JPMorgan Claverhouse manager.

Dividend-hungry investors pile into social housing Reit

Triple Point Social Housing shares float after raising maximum £200 million in oversubscribed IPO.