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Invesco Perpetual's AAA-rated manager has taken advantage of UK political certainty, but remains wary about a EU referendum.
The Bank of England isn't as committed to fighting inflation as it used to be. With inflation in negative territory, this could be a good time for investors to buy protection.
The UK has experienced deflation – or falling prices – for the first time since 1960, says the Office for National Statistics.
M&G Optimal Income bond fund manager warns that the US Federal Reserve needs to raise interest rates sooner rather than later.
Analysts surprised Fidelity Asian Values didn't seek shareholder approval for switching its focus to smaller companies under its new fund manager Nitin Bajaj.
Winterflood analysts remove their recommendation for Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies as star fund manager Angus Tulloch prepares to end his long association with the fund.
Is it too late to spice up your portfolio with one of the three India investment trusts? Jennifer Hill investigates.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager says oil rally will prove short-lived, allowing low cost of energy to continue propelling shares higher.
Do the investment trusts launched between 2010 and 2013 deserve your time and money?
Fund manager explains why a US interest rate rise is a big challenge for the stock market in a half-year report for Keystone investment trust.
Healthy incentives or complex burdens? We reveal the best and worst of investment trust performance fees.
Our latest issue reveals trusts with questionable performance fees, reviews the 'Inbetweeners' and assesses prospects for India funds.
Slim Tory majority spells danger for house builders says Neptune, while JPMorgan appeals for centrist policy.
Neil Woodford increases his stake in Gigaclear, which was the first unlisted investment in his Equity Income fund.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Home Retail, 1 Spatial, Fastjet, Walter Greenbank, Rightmove and Countrywide.
Markets are jubilant following the election, but the shares jumping the most today may not be the long-term winners.
Election of a majority government is good for the economy but stock market euphoria may not last, warn Neil Woodford and other fund managers.
Henderson fund manager Bill McQuaker, wary of election 'bedlam' sparking a slump in the pound, looks for safety in big blue-chips.
TwentyFour Asset Management looks to raise £200 million for a new investment trust that will buy portfolios of home loans.
Fund manager Neil Woodford and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates have invested $50 (£33) million in Cambridge-based biotech company Kymab.
Catherine Raw, former co-manager of BlackRock World Mining fund, joins the world’s biggest gold miner. Is it a case of 'out of the frying pan, into the fire'?
After selling one of my top performing stocks, I've watched in horror as it rallied to new highs. What have I done?
JOHCM UK Equity Income manager argues election uncertainty already priced in and will seize on jitters to buy more Lloyds shares.
Citywire AAA-rated Martin Cholwill believes heavy costs and expensive acquisitions could put Vodafone payouts under pressure.
Fund group says now has capacity to reopen top-performing fund after new manager and analyst joined team.
Some wealth managers are wary of the hype that has surrounded Neil Woodford's new investment trust.
Investors gasp with shock as Alliance Trust reveals how much was spent fighting US hedge fund at annual general meeting.
The Battle Against Cancer fund has bought shares in Neil Woodford's new investment trust.
Nappies, toilet seats, knives, thermos flasks and rice cookers carry great significance for Japanese retailers right now.
After an earnings season that brought high profile dividend cuts, we examine which stocks could still be vulnerable.
We run through some of the big fund manager and financial services names in the Sunday Times Rich List.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Flowtech Fluidpower, Harvey Nash, Fenner and Card Factory.
Spain is the star of the show in the European recovery, says fund manager Niall Gallagher, who believes its economy can grow faster than the United States.
Fund manager BlackRock snaps up 11% of trust while Woodford Patient Capital directors see stakes scaled back along with other investors.
Fund managers' fascination with alternative lending demonstrated by US peer-to-peer lender Funding Circle raising £100 million.
Terry Smith, Citywire AA-rated manager of the £3.5 billion Fundsmith Equity Fund, says why he thinks most fund managers have gone wrong.
Fund managers draw some positives from Tesco's full-year results despite a huge £6.4 billion loss.
Veteran bond investor tweets the need to bet against German government bonds some time, but just not yet.
Adam Ryan keeps his powder dry as he positions the BlackRock Income Strategies investment trust for a market correction.