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All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
Should investors boldly go into private equity investment trusts? Analysts say yes, arguing their shares generally look undervalued.
Research by Numis Securities reveals how popular equity income trusts boost their attractiveness to income seekers.
Equity income as you've never seen it before plus special reports on private equity and who's buying commercial property trusts.
Fund manager demands Northwest Biotherapeutics appoints former FBI special agent to investigate allegations of financial impropriety.
Commercial property fund managers are struggling to find value in the capital and are looking elsewhere for new opportunities.
Investors' fears about commercial property are misplaced, says Marcus Phayre-Mudge of TR Property investment trust.
With the commodities rout having sent oil stocks and miners tumbling, fund managers are focusing on companies best placed to cut costs.
The merits of active funds over passives generate lots of column inches, but there are more important investment decisions to make.
Citywire A-rated Michael Clark expects GlaxoSmithKline to split up its business, which could be good for the shares, but bad for the yield.
Top-rated manager of Edinburgh investment trust reveals why he has dropped drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline from all his funds.
Could a US interest rate rise signal a turning point for battered emerging markets? Some investors believe all the bad news is priced in.
Don't fret about China too much, says AXA fund manager Nigel Thomas. Many companies benefit from the commodities slump its slowdown has caused.
Dividend cover is at its lowest level since the financial crisis. Should you be worried? And we examine funds with 'turbo' yields.
Alton Towers is cutting 190 jobs after downturn in vistor numbers following rollercoaster crash. But Simon Brazier has been buying more shares in owner Merlin Entertainments.
Stewart Investors announces Angus Tulloch and Jonathan Asante will step down from lead management of their funds.
Nick Train's Finsbury Growth & Income trust tops the performance tables, but like most investors he still regrets the ones that got away.
Meet the directors who swooped on their funds' shares after the 'Black Monday' crash in August.
The ability to borrow, or gear, can boost investment trusts' returns but some funds must repay pricey loans before interest rates rise.
Citywire AAA-rated Terry Smith is celebrating the fifth anniversary of Fundsmith Equity with his fund sitting towards the top of the Global sector.
We present a style guide to the UK's successful smaller company investment trusts.
A difficult summer for markets didn't stop star manager Neil Woodford from gathering £930 million from investors in the third quarter.
Tom Slater has been appointed head of Baillie Gifford's North American team alongside his role as co-manager of top-performing trust.
We look at the styles of successful UK Smaller Companies funds and reveal which trusts have taken advantage of low-rate loans.
Monks throws up an interesting opportunity, P2P trusts continue their slide and Alliance Trust splashes £20 million on its own shares.
Manager of top-performing Japanese smaller companies investment trust steps down after eight years at the helm.
Standard Life UK Opportunities manager Caspar Trenchard leaves, with Harry Nimmo handed the fund on interim basis.
Fund manager Paul Mumford is hunting for 10-baggers in the depressed oil and gas sector, hoping to replicate his post-financial crisis success.
Manager of Henderson UK Alpha fund has bought into Aviva and thinks merging annuity providers Just Retirement and Partnership can prosper.
Top UK fund manager and Pearson investor warns education publisher he will sell his holding unless its strategy improves.
Fund manager Richard Penny writes off stake in app developer Globo, labelling the scandal 'the worst I've seen in 10 years'.
A number of smaller company and growth fund managers have small stakes in Globo, an AIM-listed app developer hit by allegations of fraud.
Star fund manager is reportedly urging GlaxoSmithKline to split its drugs business to generate more value for shareholders.
Stuart Widdowson, manager of top smaller companies fund Strategic Equity Capital, spots a golden opportunity in Dublin.
Manager of Law Debenture, Lowland and Henderson Opportunities investment trusts explains how he sells high to buy cheap.
James Carthew sees a discount opportunity at top-performing JPMorgan European Smaller Companies.
Investment Trust Insider looks at two markets that are at low points but which could yield good returns for patient, long-term investors.
Tim Stevenson of Henderson EuroTrust fears a 'difficult, painful' debate over the future of the UK's European Union membership.
Pearson shares register biggest fall since 1987 on dour profits outlook, in another blow for Finsbury Growth & Income manager Nick Train.
While many big UK and global investment trusts are highly ‘liquid’, smaller and more specialist trusts can be harder to trade.