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Schroders fund manager urges Berkeley Group to bid for rival troubled Bovis Homes but reports say it is not keen on £5 billion tie-up.
Renewed enthusiasm for emerging markets could see Jupiter Fund Management launch an income investment trust under Ross Teverson.
Now that Theresa May has outlined plans for a 'hard Brexit', what does 2017 hold for UK commercial property?
US index-tracking giant Vanguard trims annual charge on its LifeStrategy funds to 0.22% as it prepares to expand in the UK.
Trade protectionism cited as the biggest concern amongst global fund managers surveyed this month.
Latest in string of profit warnings for publisher sends shares diving, delivering another blow to star fund manager Nick Train.
GAM technology fund manager Mark Hawtin believes sector’s big names better equipped to cope with new administration than some realise.
Terry Smith's investment firm enjoyed a bumper financial year and has strengthened its ties to Mauritius.
Leading fund manager admits 2016 tested his resolve with his fund up just 3% as oil stocks soared in a market he says ignored valuations.
Lindsell Train, Witan, Woodford Patient Capital and BlackRock Income Strategies loom large in Numis' annual investment trust review.
Alasdair McKinnon of Scottish Investment Trust explains why he buys shares like Marks & Spencer when they are out of favour.
Looking for inspiration for your investment trust portfolio? Winterflood Securities has published the annual review of its recommendations.
US tracker fund giant last year attracted more money than its 10 biggest rivals combined as demand for cheap, passive funds grew.
A turnaround in markets, accelerated by Donald Trump's election, has put star fund managers on the back foot.
Baillie Gifford cuts charge on American fund fresh from overhaul by Scottish Mortgage co-manager Tom Slater.
US asset management firm believes commodities rally has further to go after a dramatic recovery last year.
Manager of Neptune European Opportunities explains why the fund was one of Europe's best performers last year.
Group targets cautious investors with two funds designed make money whatever stock market conditions prevail in the years ahead.
Burford Capital, the litigation finance fund backed by star investor Neil Woodford, on verge of massive legal win against Argentina's government.
New Year reshuffle at Invesco Perpetual sees analyst Tim Marshall promoted to replace Martin Walker on its Children's fund.
2016 was not a vintage year for investors but there were enough thrills and spills to keep it interesting. We look at the winners and losers.
Could this be the start of a great rotation into value stocks? Marten & Co director James Carthew puts forward the case.
Profits at Woodford Investment Management surged 212% after a bumper year for the star manager's company.
Investment trust managers say it is time for financials to shine, following a challenging seven years.
How exposed does the shift from expensive bonds and quality, defensive stocks leave UK equity income investment trusts? Experts discuss.
Shares in the £12 billion infrastructure investment trust sector are under pressure from rising US interest rates and falling bond markets.
Aberdeen fund managers Mike Brooks and Tony Foster discuss their plans to turn round BlackRock Income Strategies Trust (BIST).
Global investment trust to adopt a 'multi-manager' strategy after selling its fund management arm to Liontrust for £30 million.
Nick Train has asked himself if he is paranoid enough about Finsbury Growth & Income's winners, like Marmite maker Unilever, but remains confident they have even further to go.
Lowland investment trust manager bought into Anglo American and Glencore late last year but admits selling too early as mining rally strengthened.
The latest issue of our free e-zine looks at the changes blowing the way of UK equity income and infrastructure trusts.
Online stockbroker reveals stocks held by HL Select UK Shares fund, after manager Steve Clayton's £168 million shopping spree.
Low interest rates cannot carry on indefinitely and when they rise banks stand to benefit, according to Henderson's Ben Lofthouse.
A new fund to find the next generation of UK tech stocks is backed by Neil Woodford and Legal & General. We ask, where are other investors looking?
Henderson's Citywire A-rated manager reflects on a near 30-year career investing in Europe's volatile stock markets.
UK's capital markets are becoming less important, says M&G bond fund manager who believes a wave of cash will lift US bonds.
Tech stocks like Naspers underpinned Monks' strong first-half performance but investment trust's manager Charles Plowden hopes for great things from fallen engineer Rolls-Royce.
Investors debate the outlook for Europe, US and emerging markets in the aftermath of the US election.
It feels like Europe has 'perpetually been in crisis' but there's still money to be made, says Fidelity European Values manager Sam Morse on the investment trust's 25th anniversary.