News by: Chris Marshall
The investment funds drawing the most attention from Citywire readers in 2013 and what they say about markets over the year.
Declines come as Fed QE tapering decision time draws ever closer.
Investors fret that the US Federal Reserve will soon start to cut back its stimulus programme after a breakthrough in budget talks.
FTSE 100 struggles to take off despite gains on Wall Street overnight and more mixed data on China's economy.
A round-up of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including Domino's Pizza and FirstGroup.
Mining companies weigh on FTSE 100 despite upbeat updates on the Chinese economy.
Dividend champions, new stock market entrants, economic winners and a few stodgy old favourites: we look at the 10 shares that have drawn the greatest reader attention in 2013.
US jobless rate falls more than expected, while more jobs are added to the economy.
Painkillers to the ready. The festive season may be underway but there is plenty for investors to look out for in the week ahead.
UPDATE: Shares slip lower after European Central Bank keeps policy on hold.
Who benefited from chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement? We look at the winners and losers.
FTSE 100 fails to bounce higher after three down days. But Sage Group shoots up as investors welcome dividend rise.
Citywire AAA-rated fund manager cuts back on stocks wholly geared to the domestic UK economy.
European shares slip lower, but William Hill and Betfair among few winners in London.
Peter Walls, the Citywire AA-rated fund manager of Unicorn Mastertrust, which invests in investment trusts, has taken tentative steps into emerging markets.
FTSE 100 slips lower as investors prepare themselves for major economic updates later this week.