Fund and manager news
All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
Steve Davies says shares in some of his UK-focused stocks could rally 50% in two years after taking a big hit from the Brexit vote.
AIM has had spectacular successes and shocking failures but it still offers opportunities to investors in search of high-growth companies
Smith has more than doubled his investment in his Fundsmith Equity fund to £200 million after selling his stake in Tullett Prebon.
Banks rise to top of FTSE 100 as more stimulus efforts from Japan buoy risky assets globally.
New clothes collection sparks clamour for Burberry shares while signs of turnaround at Tesco encourage investors.
Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon become latest investment trusts to cut management charges.
Stunning success of GW Pharmaceuticals shows M&G Recovery at its best, says fund manager Tom Dobell. Can it improve performance?
Crisis in open-ended property funds eases with Henderson planning to reopen big UK real estate fund after number of sales.
Neil Woodford cements his performance record with a strong Brexit recovery, while property continues rebound.
FTSE 100 makes up all of last week's lost ground, led by miners and oil stocks as investors bet against US interest rate rise.
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Shawbrook, Xeros Technology, PageGroup and RM.
Investors hope new chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver a boost to spending on roads, railways and housing in November
Taking 4% a year out of retirement portfolios may no longer be safe as it once was, says investment giant BlackRock.
Survey shows more fund managers fearful that both share and bond prices are too high and taking safety in cash.
BlackRock Latin American and Aberdeen Private Equity join line of investment trusts negotiating lower fees with their fund managers.
Unusual move sees manager Richard Woolnough protect £15 billion M&G Optimal Income fund from high bond prices and rising inflation.
Mitesh Patel joins firm to help new manager of its Japan Income fund after departure of Simon Somerville.
Finsbury Growth & Income star manager reveals his passion for trade publisher and surprise at his impressive 15-year track record.
Our daily roundup of fund manager and analyst commentary on shares, also including United Utilities and Redrow.
Index-linked bonds have enjoyed a remarkable rally since the 'Brexit' vote, despite low inflation. What's behind it?
Fundsmith Emerging Equities has already swelled its share capital by 10% and plans to issue more shares.
Chairs of sportswear retailer and tool hire business under pressure as fund managers Royal London and Toscafund ramp up attacks.
Citywire AA-rated Neil Woodford is among investors being lined up to support a new government-backed technology start-up fund.
A roundup of trades by professional investors, including Neil Woodford’s latest buy.
Polar Capital Biotechnology fund manager defends the sector after Hillary Clinton rebuked one company, Mylan, over drug price hikes.
Investors continue to flock to funds claiming to offer wealth preservation despite evidence of woeful performance by some of them.
Leading fund manager Neil Woodford backs report by High Pay Centre calling for investors to curb boardroom excesses.
Artemis UK Select manager apologises after being caught out by 'Brexit' vote, losing investors 16% in first six months in charge.
Liontrust Macro Equity Income manager Jan Luthman is retiring after 30 years of working in investment.
The Citywire Selection team outline their latest 'Star Pick' funds, covering all the major investment areas.
Edinburgh Partners' Dale Robertson has stepped down as manager of the underperforming European Investment Trust.
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.