Fund and manager news
All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
(Update) Invesco Perpetual has sold shares in Capita and dumped its entire stake in one of Neil Woodford’s favoured smaller companies.
In her new job at JPMorgan the BBC's former economics editor talks about the recovery, Europe and where she would invest.
Ben Rogoff, manager of the £597 million Polar Capital Technology Trust, has expressed confidence in Apple as it turns from being a technology firm into a luxury brand.
Is it time to trim US equity holdings as valuations soar?
Citywire AAA-rated O'Keefe praises bank's 'tremendous progress', dismissing attacks on it as 'populist'.
Veteran investor optimistic on corporates and confident that 'shattering crises of the past' will not return.
A lack of small company emphasis has taken its toll, but the trust's defensive stance could ultimately redeem it
AZ Electronic Materials, my ‘sure-fire all-round winner’ has proven just that following today's bid from Merck.
Henry Dixon, the Citywire AAA-rated manager of the Undervalued Assets fund, names three companies he believes will drive his performance in the months and years ahead.
Polar Capital has rewarded shareholders with a healthy payout on the back of a strong period of performance
FTSE 100 fails to bounce higher after three down days. But Sage Group shoots up as investors welcome dividend rise.
Citywire AAA-rated fund manager cuts back on stocks wholly geared to the domestic UK economy.
The sell-off in housebuilder stocks gave me just the chance I needed to invest the last of my cash.
The windup of Ashmore Global Opportunities takes a bad turn as its biggest investment – a Brazilian ethanol producer – slumps in value.
John Yakas, co manager of Polar Capital Global Financials investment trust, explains why banks are coming back in favour.
AA-rated Ben Stapley said he is finding plenty to be cheerful about despite worries about headline earnings
Peter Walls, the Citywire AA-rated fund manager of Unicorn Mastertrust, which invests in investment trusts, has taken tentative steps into emerging markets.
John Baker, Citywire AA-rated manager of the JP Morgan UK Dynamic fund, stands by his overweight position in housebuilders.
Hopes the FTSE will end the year well don't include construction services company Speedy Hire which slumps after problems in its are uncovered.
The US market will emerge as the best investment opportunity for the next 12 months, says Patrick Sumner.
The veteran smaller companies investor has been appointed co-manager of Bill Mott's income fund following a shakeup.
UK bond specialist says given recovery not yet assured low interest rate policy will go on
While Australia remains preeminent for Citywire AA-rated manager Paul Hilsley, he is starting to get excited by India and Thailand.
Investment trust columnist James Carthew looks at HICL Infrastructure to consider how 'alternative income' funds will fare when interest rates rise.
Mining companies also make gains as European markets climb steadily higher.
Ian Ormiston, Citywire AA-rated manager of the Ignis European Smaller Companies fund, highlights five stocks he believes will benefit from the continent's return to growth.
Citywire A-rated manager Marcus Brookes, who runs more than £2 billion for Schroders, has warned of a likely market correction.
Granahan's White is convinced IT and biotechnology are about to exceed the glory days of 2000s
Leading fund managers name the areas of the market where they view dividend cuts as likely.
Fidelity's white knight has turned around Special Values, turning it into the largest UK Growth trust
Long-standing stalwarts sold down as Dean buys smaller company shares.
Our pick of the best zero, ordinary, income and capital shares that split capital investment trusts have to offer.
Artemis’s Jacob de Tusch-Lec is eschewing the tried and tested in favour of lesser known firms, some even from Greece
We take a closer look at the growth shares in split capital investment trusts and explain how you can analyse the risks and possible returns.
The bulk of the money withdrawn from Neil Woodford's investors has come from just one of his funds, says Invesco Perpetual.
We continue our 'Spotlight on Splits' series with a closer look at the income producing shares of split capital investment trusts.
Standard Life manager has given his UK small-company portfolio a healthy makeover
Emerging market state-owned entities must reform or die, and raising dividends is high up their agendas.
Aberdeen Asset Management shares have returned 1,500 per cent since the dark days of the 'splits' scandal. Today they got another boost as it bought the investment arm of Lloyds bank.