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Citywire AA-rated manager of Marlborough Special Situations fund highlights a handful of resilient smaller company stocks.
Sterling's slide is not a worry, says fund manager Neil Woodford as he considers protecting his fund from a fall in the US dollar.
Henderson Global Investors doubles the amount managers of its big absolute return funds can invest outside the UK.
AAA-rated co-manager of £1 billion Evenlode Income fund says sell-off in FTSE 250 stocks created investment opportunities.
A sharp sell-off in government bonds pushed yields to their highest level since the referendum. What does this mean for investors?
Record $17.5 (£14.3) billion bond sale by Saudi Arabia says a lot about the petro-state and investors’ desperate search for income.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity identify 16 investment trusts with lower charges and better performance than equivalent open-ended funds.
Profit warnings punish FTSE 250 stocks as economic clouds increase investor caution before European Central Bank statement.
Liontrust European Income manager suggests UK investors can no longer rely on blue chips to deliver performance.
Troy Asset Management has launched a global income fund for ex-Newton Global Income manager James Harries.
This week we look at the trades a pair of professional investment trust investors undertook in the chaotic post-Brexit vote market.
Some companies with big pension deficits have been over-sold, providing opportunities for UK value investor Alex Wright.
TR European Growth investment trust is enjoying a post-referendum rally after launching its first share buyback in three years.
Nick Train's Finsbury Growth & Income trust has marked its approaching £1 billion market valuation with a small cut in fees. We look at the club it's joining.
Former Investment Association boss reveals name of new investment trust he hopes will challenge the fund management industry.
Japanese markets have been thrown into uncertainty by the Bank of Japan’s £46 billion annual investment in exchange-traded funds.
Aberdeen Short Dated Corporate Bond fund to offer investors a defensive option as 30-year bull market in bonds draws to a close.
Three fund managers discuss what it takes to be a successful investor and the pros and cons of going against the market.
Think beaten-up banking stocks are due a rebound? Here's how to make your move via exchange traded funds (ETFs).
FTSE 100 eyes all-time high, boosted by fall in pound, still heavily down on the day despite recovery from overnight 'flash crash'.
Henderson Diversified Income wants to ditch its offshore bases in Jersey and Luxembourg and re-launch as a UK investment trust.
With bonds offering ultra-thin yields and behaving more like shares, experts question whether they deserve to be in investors' portfolios.
Citywire AA-rated Mark Barnett is to stand down from the trust after a decade of running its UK equities portfolio.
Neil Woodford-backed Equiniti plans to rename and relaunch Selftrade DIY investment platform it bought two years ago.
High and flat dividends are not what income investors should be aiming for, even in a world of low growth.
Taiwan's 'serious dividend culture' is one factor helping JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income recover from a tough period, says manager Omar Negyal.
Mark Lyttleton, former star UK fund manager at BlackRock, has been charged with insider dealing by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Star fund managers see Capita stakes lose quarter of their value as outsourcing group issues shock profit warning.
Clouds over banking sector show signs of lifting after Deutsche Bank dismisses state aid claims and sells insurer.
Former Hargreave Hale analyst Jean Roche joins Andy Brough on Schroder UK Mid Cap after Rosemary Banyard's departure last year.
Emerging markets have been strong performers this year, but now corporate earnings need to improve, say investment trust managers.
Investment trust expert James Carthew looks at the record of JPMorgan American (JAM).
UK Real Estate fund was the first of many to suspend dealing after the Brexit vote took its toll on the property sector.
Global consumer stocks have fuelled impressive dividend growth with debt and share buybacks, which is no longer sustainable.
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.