Fund and manager news
All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
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.
BP shares were at their highest level since the Deepwater Horizon disaster before Russia sanctions sent them falling. Here's why these fund managers are hanging on.
FTSE 100 on course for biggest weekly return in six months as BHP Billiton's plans for spin-offs sends shares higher.
GLG Undervalued Assets manager Henry Dixon belives large companies going through restructuring are being undervalued by investors.
Citywire AA-rated pair Clive Beagles and James Lowen seek to capture strong rental growth and development drive.
Commodities have delivered woeful returns over recent years, but some investors are warming to them amid fears of a market correction.
Ruffer Investment Company managers have 25% exposure to US dollar on fears of pound's 'frailties'.
Citywire A-rated Chris Bowie joins bond specialists whose Dynamic Bond fund has proved a hit.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Celtic Football Club, Pace, Severfield, Restore, Epwin and Cranswick.
Standard Life Investments has refocused its £420 million Select Property fund to emphasise direct holdings over real estate shares.
Triggered by discount concerns, veteran trust Edinburgh Worldwide now has a smaller company mandate and has been thoroughly overhauled by new manager Douglas Brodie.
Royal Mail is one of five new additions to the CF Woodford Equity Income fund, which now stands at £2.4 billion.
Contrarian investing isn't just about identifying oversold shares - some fund pickers also like to stand out from the crowd.
Fund launches for Neil Woodford and Terry Smith help drive strong sales in the second quarter of the year.
Top Latin America fund manager Charles Biderman says Argentina's second default on its debts won't be quite as bad as the last one.
Veteran smaller company investor Giles Hargreave steps down as chief executive of Hargreave Hale to focus on running his funds.
Voices warning of a drop in markets are getting louder. Here's what jittery investors are doing to prepare.
Citywire AA-rated Nick Price is backing Brazilian and Nigerian banks to continue to shine and believes Samsung will struggle.
Richard Titherington, manager of JPMorgan Emerging Markets Income, says another bout of turbulence in US bonds is 'biggest single risk' for his fund.
Electra Private Equity investment trust rebuffs activist shareholder Edward Bramson's attempts to overhaul strategy.
Standard Life Gars, the biggest fund in the country, is one of three giants in the 'absolute return' sector. How would these funds do in a downturn?
Performance of Templeton Emerging Markets investment trust has faltered and there's concern who will succeed manager Mark Mobius.
The Financial Conduct Authority urges consumers to consider the dangers of owning corporate bonds as interest rates start to rise.
David Sandham explains why the spring sell-off in technology equities represents a healthy 'correction' rather than heralding a repeat of the dotcom crash at the start of the century.