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Star manager Steve Davies has his eye on the EU referendum after overhauling the former Jupiter Global trust to fit a UK mandate.
Shares in Neil Woodford-backed hostel group tumble on lower European bookings blamed on 'recent geopolitical events'.
Citywire AAA-rated James Sym believes beaten-down stocks will return to favour as inflation rises.
Columbia Threadneedle is latest investment group to re-price flagship commercial property fund in the face of investor withdrawals.
Miton has appointed Andrew Jackson to manage its top-performing UK Value Opportunities fund.
Long-suffering investors will be wary of false dawns, but performance has started to improve under new manager Jamie Horvat.
Finsbury Growth & Income is 90 years old, and the investment trust's decision 15 years ago to hand the reins to Nick Train was a key milestone.
Industrial Heat, a technology company backed by Neil Woodford, hit by $89 million lawsuit from scientist in dispute over claimed invention.
Neil Woodford's fund management group has applied to switch structure after explosive growth of the business.
Leading global growth fund dips into revenue reserves again to pay its dividend and says it may have to use capital gains in future distributions.
Martin Currie moves Mark Whitehead to replace Alan Porter as manager of underperforming global income fund, Securities Trust of Scotland.
Citywire A-rated manager of £3.8 billion AXA Framlington UK Select Opportunities fund expects a TV advertising resurgence.
Richard Peirson, manager of £1 billion AXA Framlington Balanced fund, retires after smashing the stock market return in 23-year career.
Property slowdown ahead of European Union referendum forces £4 billion 'bricks and mortar' fund to take protective move.
(Update) Worries about this afternoon’s US jobs report unsettled markets. Satellite operator Inmarsat and construction group Interserve slumped.
The first quarter of 2016 was the worst for investment sales for 20 years, unless you were star fund managers Terry Smith or Neil Woodford.
Leigh Harrison, a Citywire AAA-rated manager of the £3 billion Threadneedle UK Income fund, calls time on his 32-year career.
Charles Park steps down as a fund manager at Findlay Park, where he helped treble investors' money in the US in the past 10 years.
Jupiter Fund Management has drafted former CIA agents to help its staff get better at grilling company bosses.
Most of the top-performing investment trust's new buys have been unquoted stocks, and more could be on the cards.
Discounts on European investment trusts have widened as worries over the continent weigh on investors.
As Brazil's stock market races ahead, is it finally time for investors to back the embattled country?
Fidelity Special Values manager reckons Lloyds could yield 8% this year but the shares remain cheap.
Fund sales have collapsed in the worst 'ISA season' on record, as nervous investors took fright at volatile markets.
Embattled social housing company sees boss quit after star fund manager Mark Slater secures changes to the board.
This month's Investment Trust Insider underlines the importance of diversifying your savings in order to cope with an uncertain world.
William Meadon, manager of the JPMorgan Claverhouse investment trust, says he is 'sailing closer to the shore' ahead of EU referendum.
Citywire AAA-rated manager says he will be dismayed if emerging markets trust doesn't outperform table-topping Fundsmith Equity.
Underperforming global investment trust illustrates the choice facing investors: run for cover or settle for anaemic growth?
The £1.2 billion Rathbone Income fund becomes the latest to be kicked out of the UK Equity Income sector due to controversial yield rules.
Investment Association consults on rules that have seen funds run by Mark Barnett and Neil Woodford kicked out of UK Equity Income sector.
The UK's oldest investment trust is also one of the most committed to share buy-backs, but is struggling to fight a widening discount.
The Ruffer investment trust had a decent March but the health of financial markets is giving its managers plenty to fret about.
A rise in interest rates could plunge global economy into recession but star manager tells rivals that's better than a 'lost decade'.
Citywire A-rated European income fund manager Olly Russ joins Liontrust as Argonaut Capital, the boutique he co-founded, restructures.
Japanese investment trusts have seen their discounts widen, but brace yourself for a turbulent stock market and currency.
Investors shaken by exit of George Godber and Georgina Hamilton, managers of Miton UK Value Opportunities, to join Polar Capital.
J O Hambro Capital Management will levy a 5% initial charge on its popular Global Select and Europe Select funds to deter new investors.
Battered defence contractor Chemring leaps on Middle East contract as FTSE 100 claws back losses from previous two sessions.