Fund and manager news
All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
Circassia Pharmaceuticals, the specialist drugs company backed by fund manager Neil Woodford, has high hopes for the cat allergy treatment it aims to launch next year.
Edinburgh-based Baillie Gifford joins the band of investment groups revealing how actively managed their funds really are.
Some questioned Dale Nicholls' appointment as Anthony Bolton's successor on Fidelity China Special Situations, but he has delivered strong returns.
We continue our income theme with a look at commercial property investment trusts buying UK 'bricks and mortar'.
British Assets shareholders have backed plans to give the underperforming global fund a new pension mandate under BlackRock.
Investment trusts have a good reputation for skating over the thin ice of stock markets to deliver investment income: but which are the best?
Neil Woodford has formally launched the Woodford Patient Capital Trust with a prospectus containing all the details of his new fund.
Fund managers and brokers give their views on the signficance of the FTSE 100 surpassing its previous record peak set in 1999.
Veteran investor and entrepreneur Bob Morton has been censured by the Takeover Panel for his share dealings in Armour Group.
Apple became the first company to be worth more than $700 billion earlier this month and US fund manager believes earnings will be even better than expected.
Board of new fund will have strong links to Imperial Innovations, which commercialises research from Britain’s top universities.
Standard Life UK Smaller Companies manager takes chunky profit on online stockbroker he first bought nearly six years ago.
Multi-managers, who try to pick the best funds and managers for investors, confess their biggest investment regrets.
Shares in Gabelli Value Plus Trust jump 4% in first day of trading.
Invesco Perpetual manager believes there is a 'credible case' for supermarket's continued recovery over coming years.
The Woodford Patient Capital Trust, which won't charge an annual management fee, will levy 15% on returns above 10% a year.
BlackRock’s Adam Ryan outlines the new directions he will take with British Assets if shareholders approve a multi-asset mandate.
Davies believes the football club’s on-pitch struggles have created a chance to snap up cheap shares.
Does nature or nurture produce the best fund managers? We asked multi-managers, whose job it is to pick the best performing funds.
Oliver Kelton, the Citywire AAA-rated manager of Waverton European is joining hedge fund manager Odey Asset Management.
Aled Smith is to step down from M&G American as the group plans to revive the fund with an equity income approach.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Next Fifteen Communications, Harvey Nash, Ebiquity and Bloomsbury Publishing.
Our weekly look at investment trust shares shows Standard Life Equity Income getting 'cheaper' while Foreign & Colonial and Diverse Income become more 'dear'.
I've shaken off my trepidation to look for the next stellar growth buy.
Crispin Odey has warned shares will be 'devastated'. We look at how other fund managers are protecting their portfolios.
Miner's failure to make bond payment a small blow for BRWM but is another setback for what was once a key holding for M&G's Tom Dobell.
The early-stage companies populating Woodford's Equity Income fund offer clues as to the shape of his new growth investment trust.
The country’s best known fund manager fears the US will make a ‘serious policy error’ if it raises interest rates this year.
Citywire AAA-rated Martin Cholwill comes top in ranking of UK equity income funds.
Recent performance of Alliance Trust has improved under Peter Michaelis but experts question if the 127-year old global fund can really revive its fortunes.
Rajendra Nair of the JP Morgan Indian investment trust is excited about India's long-term prospects but is keeping 'his powder dry' as the market continues to rally.
Neil Woodford launches Patient Capital trust which will invest in small, high-growth companies and won’t charge an annual management fee.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford has revealed the 'active share' of his £4.3 billion fund.
Only Neil Woodford has attracted more Hargreaves Lansdown client money than the online broker's launch of its Multi-Manager UK Growth fund.
For our first edition of 2015 we're looking at what the rest of the year has in store for dividends and bonds.
Takeover tip Ashcourt Rowan agrees to sell to Towry and create a national advice group with £11 billion of investors' money.
Investment group close to shutting around 40% of fund range as it restructures to improve performance.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Blinkx, Wilmington, IQE, Palace Capital, Energy Assets Group and Trifast.
All major stock markets are up so far this year, with India's astonishing rally showing no signs of slowing.