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Investors continued to dump stock market funds last month although the overall level of post-‘Brexit’ withdrawals reduced, new figures show.
A roundup of fund manager commentary on shares and investment trusts, also featuring Establishment and Science Group.
Woodford Investment Management scraps staff bonuses, arguing they do little to boost performance, moving staff to fixed salaries.
A roundup of fund manager commentary on shares, also including Essentra and Atlantis Resources.
Is Aurora the cheapest investment trust on the planet? The UK's former worst-performing fund is certainly one of the most interesting.
Aberdeen was one of the few fund groups to keep its property fund open, and appears to be through the worst.
BP and Shell offer dividend yields of over 7% but should maintain pay-outs given the five-year forecast for oil prices, says income manager.
Artemis Global Income manager Jacob de Tusch-Lec says top performing 'defensive' shares vulnerable to a correction.
Fallout from 'Brexit' has split FTSE 100 companies into two camps, say Citywire AA-rated Kames managers Douglas Scott and Iain Wells.
Our regular roundup of fund manager commentary on shares and investment trusts, also including LMS Capital and Norcros.
Neil Woodford sells the defence contractor he has held for the bulk of his fund management career, as better opportunities turn his head.
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Restore, UDG Healthcare, APC Technology and Centaur Media.
Diverse Income and River and Mercantile Micro Cap both look 'cheap' in the aftermath of the 'Brexit' vote.
JOHCM UK Equity Income managers Clive Beagles and James Lowen believe wealth manager could be a bid target after 'Brexit' vote.
Bill Miller, the US fund manager who famously beat the S&P 500 for 15 years before the financial crisis, is leaving the group where he made his name.
Technology fund manager Ben Rogoff joins board of Witan as global investment trust grapples with disruptive power of the internet.
A roundup of fund manager commentary on shares, also including Inchcape and Restaurant Group.
Michael Lindsell forced to cut Nintendo position in Japan fund as rocketing shares threatened to breach rules on maximum stakes.
Andrew Jackson has stamped his mark on Miton UK Value Opportunities in his first month in charge after a heavy hit from 'Brexit'.
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Aviva Investors says trading in its £1.6 billion Property Trust may be suspended until next year as it struggles to raise cash.
European Assets Trust has become one of the highest yielding equity investment trusts following the 'Brexit' hit to its portfolio.
Financial Conduct Authority fines stockbroker £530,500 for failings over its sponsorship of scandal-hit insurance claims processor Quindell.
Managers of Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies investment trust are wary of the rally that has lifted Asian stock markets this year.
Charles Plowden of Baillie Gifford says good fund managers can be found and that promoters of 'tracker' funds have distorted the debate.
One fund manager believes he has found a way to capitalise on commercial property without the 'Brexit' volatility.
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring BBA Aviation, Huntsworth, Origin Enterprises, WH Smith and Judges Scientific.
Investors pulled a record £3.5 billion from funds in June, and figures from Morningstar show which were worst hit.
Terry Smith's emerging markets trust has lagged rivals but he believes his stocks will benefit more from economic improvements.
Heavyweight UK equity income trust cut 'mid cap' positions before the vote, but not by enough, says manager William Meadon.
Neil Woodford says he understands some Patient Capital investors will be disappointed with performance, but insists it's still early days.
Bank of England is expected to cut interest rates tomorrow but the move could just encourage people to save more, says bond fund manager.
A roundup of fund manager and analyst commentary on shares, also including Travis Perkins and Reckitt Benckiser.
Troy Trojan Income fund shoots to top of rankings after manager Francis Brooke successfully weathered the 'Brexit' vote.
M&G has seen another heavyweight fund branded a 'dog' in Tilney Bestinvest's Spot the Dog study of underperforming funds.
BlackRock Income Strategies is reviewing its investment approach just 18 months after it was adopted, following the 'Brexit' vote.
Barclays jumps to top of FTSE 100 as bank reassures investors 'Brexit' hasn't derailed plans to reshape business.
Shares in Standard Life Equity Income look 'cheap' after 'Brexit' hits manager Thomas Moore's favoured FTSE 250 stocks.
Alastair Mundy, manager of the Temple Bar investment trust, has warned 'anti-establishment fervour' could spell trouble for shares.