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All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
Analysts tip a possible switch to former manager Richard Buxton as SDU prepares for a 'beauty parade' after Julie Dean's departure.
Standered Chartered is the cheapest it has been since the Asian crisis and HSBC not far behind it, says Frikkee.
Tesco is in the throes of a classic ‘three-pronged profit warning’, says Hawksmoor’s Jim Wood-Smith but he's backing the supermarket's recovery under its new boss.
Managers of the £325 million Ruffer investment trust continue to express optimism about Japanese shares, despite the wider investor flight from them.
Falling utility stocks and tumbling sterling have already provided hints of the impact, but what else could be round the corner?
Dominic Neary took over investment trust in February and has made a number of changes.
Top-rated UK fund manager Julie Dean is to leave Schroders after less than 18 months with the group.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Chaarat Gold, Paddy Power, Superglass, Brewin Dolphin and Empresaria.
With most experts predicting an interest rate rise late this year or early next, here's how fund managers are preparing their portfolios.
Skandia, the investment group, has inadvertently shone a light into how the cost of investing adds up whether you take advice or buy direct.
TLTROs, ABSs and 'covered bonds'? The language used by central bankers can be confusing, so here we explain how the latest European stimulus action actually works.
Russell Harrop has become the first senior departure from Woodford Investment Management, leaving his position as an investment strategist for the star manager.
The European Central Bank has cut interest rates for the second time in three months in a bid to boost the eurozone's fragile economic recovery.
Simon Brazier, the Citywire A-rated Threadneedle fund manager, is taking a team to Investec to run high energy 'alpha' funds.
Invesco Perpetual lowers charges on UK and global income shares portfolios in Select Trust investment trust.
Once the decade's best-performing UK fund, Standard Life UK Smaller Companies investment trust has fallen from grace.
Neptune UK Mid Cap manager Mark Martin has been trimming position in Irn-Bru manufacturer AG Barr ahead of Scottish independence vote.
Multi-managers are paid to find the best funds for their investors. Here they explain what they need to see to convince them to buy.
Standard Life Investments has appointed its own managers to 15 funds it has taken on as part of Ignis takeover.
Star fund manager says ballooning fines for banks mean investment case for HSBC has changed.
First State's veteran Asia fund manager makes another foray into debate on independent Scotland.
Move means fund group now offers joint-cheapest physical ETFs accessing US, UK and emerging markets shares.
Electra Private Equity, the investment trust fighting off activist Edward Bramson, reduces its stake in Premier Asset Management.
Citywire columnist James Carthew weighs up his holding in underperforming Ruffer Investment Company.
Analyst Nick Shenton promoted to co-manager to help Adrian Frost and Adrian Gosden on the £6.8 billion Artemis Income fund.
Citywire AA-rated manager Gervais Williams is happy with Quindell's business but says the impact of the falling share price should not be dismissed.
Only technology passes all three tests for JOHCM Global Select managers Christopher Lees and Nudgem Richyal.
Smaller companies have endured a difficult year, but not all 'small cap' investment trusts have suffered.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at The Restaurant Group, PayPoint, Restore, Arrow Global, Enquest and RWS.
Skandia closing versions of the Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds to move investors back to Neil Woodford.
Citywire AA-rated Gary Reynolds is sceptical of the precious metal, branding it ‘the biggest bubble of them all’.
Adrian Lim is treading cautiously amid market elation prompted by the election of prime minister Narendra Modi.
Five wealth managers reveal their favourite investment trusts they recommend to clients.
Clean energy could grow into one of the biggest industries in China, according to Anthony Cragg.
Investing in football is not as popular as watching the game. A new fund backed by Terry Venables looks unlikely to change matters.
Our man in Japan reports back from an economy at a crossroads. Shares are cheap but investors are wary of a value trap.
Jonathan Miller, Citywire's head of research, explains the latest changes to his team's list of fund recommendations.
Neil Woodford has bought a 30% stake in Purplebricks.com, a new, low-cost estate agency aiming to undercut its high street rivals.
SW Mitchell European manager has reaped strong returns from bank holdings and thinks there are more to come.