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Veteran bond fund manager seeks more than £130 million in damages from his former employer.
Top-rated manager of Fidelity Special Values investment trust explains why his three-year investment in Lloyds could be coming to an end.
UK investors have ploughed £5 billion into property funds over the last 12 months, and some fund managers argue they could be in for a shock.
Citywire AAA-rated Nick Train buys Remy Cointreau, his first new stock since 2011 for his UK funds, including Finsbury Growth & Income.
JPMorgan Asset Management's European shares chief follows two rules to help him ignore stock market noise.
Analysts debate impact on top-performing investment trust fund after Rosemary Banyard announces her departure from Schroders.
Even a dumb investor can spot a bargain. And the government's Lloyds shares offer is just that, right?
Stephen Macklow-Smith of JPMorgan European believes other car manufacturers must be telling the truth after the Volkswagen emissions scandal
A dividend cut at BlackRock World Mining looks unavoidable but some investors are buying shares in the battered investment trust.
The Greek debt crisis, China's troubles and the VW scandal made it a tough third quarter, but some investment trusts weathered the storm.
While miners and the oil majors are on the face of it similarly cheap, top-rated income manager Chris Reid believes there are big differences between the two sectors.
After failing to raise US interest rates last month, the Fed has insisted a hike is likely this year, but bond fund managers are not convinced.
Fund manager's ideal stock is a 'tollgate' company: one that provides essential services and can dictate its pricing. But do they really exist?
John Pennink steps down as manager of British Empire Securities and General investment trust after 13 years in charge.
Steve Davies, top-rated manager of Jupiter UK Growth, discusses opportunities in miners, Merlin Entertainment, Man Utd and Lloyds bank.
Top-rated manager Leigh Harrison is to hand the reins of one of the UK's biggest equity income funds to co-manager Richard Colwell.
Glencore shares lose nearly a quarter of their value as analyst warns investors could be left with little if commodity prices stay low.
FTSE 100 dragged into red on fresh mining sell-off, but Lloyds bucks trend on yield hopes and gold jumps as China stocks up.
The Volkswagen scandal is sparking big falls in the shares of car makers across the globe, and UK investors aren't immune.
Hedge fund Kerrisdale Capital sparks sell-off after branding the company 'a dressed-up collection of high-risk, low reward gambles'.
Nick Train saw his shares in software company Fidessa fall by more than 20% last month but argues that 'tough times can make things happen'.
That was fun. We now get to go through it all again next month and the next, until the Fed eventually bites the bullet.
Ken Taubes of Pioneer Investments sets out why the central bank chose not to move away from six years of zero interest rates.
Federal Reserve holds interest rates at their six-year low of near zero as it takes stock of the global economy. A rise may come in December.
A guide to what investors are thinking ahead of this evening's pivotal interest rate announcement by the US Federal Reserve.
China has grabbed all the headlines recently but the impact of its slowdown on Latin America has been dramatic, says James Carthew.
Alexander Darwall's Jupiter European Opportunities trust has smashed its performance benchmark, generating a big fee for himself and his employer.
Neil Hermon, manager of top performing Henderson Smaller Companies trust, believes George Osborne will reverse decision to make all banks pay a levy.
Managers of the Ruffer Investment Company continue to stand their ground as they look back on a decent year for the investment trust.
Leigh Himsworth has bought defence and aerospace stocks for his Fidelity UK Opportunities fund for the first time in seven years.
Fund manager hires three analysts and three operations staff for his firm as it continues to grow.
Manager Tom Dobell has spoken more about the underperformance that has nearly halved his fund to £4.4 billion.
Head of US equities at Invesco Perpetual explains why energy companies are attractive at a time of low commodity prices.
John Chatfeild-Roberts gives up the role of chief investment officer to concentrate on the £8bn Jupiter Merlin 'fund of funds' range.
Former Henderson European fund manager Richard Pease goes head to head with Jupiter Asset Management and bond boutique TwentyFour.
Shareholders stuck in the troubled EEA Life Settlements fund to get back some of their money after the sale of some assets.
A roundup of trades by professional investors, including HSS Hire, Avingtrans, Polypipe and St Modwen Properties.
While this week didn't bring us another Black Monday, it has left stock markets nursing losses with every major index in the red.
Citywire A-rated Charlie Awdry snaps up Chinese e-commerce website as shares fall below flotation price.