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Chief investment officer of Allianz Global Investors takes full control of Brunner investment trust after Jeremy Thomas' departure.
Analysts say now could be a good time to buy the Jupiter European Opportunities investment trust after a drop in the shares.
Manager leaves Artemis after nearly 13 years running the £6.8 billion Income fund alongside Adrian Frost.
Fidelity's star UK fund manager Alex Wright urges investors not to worry too much about stock market impact of the EU referendum.
Rhys Davies, deputy manager of the City Merchants High Yield investment trust, has been promoted to co-manager.
Henry Lowson will join Royal London Asset Management in September, replacing Victoria Stewart on the group's UK Smaller Companies fund.
Some fund managers argue investors are wrong to write off emerging markets, but others warn the picture looks bleak.
Yields on 10-year German government bonds have fallen below zero, but some investors warn the 'safe haven' rally could turn quickly.
Star fund manager reaches out-of-court settlement with Barclays, having alleged losses of £220,000 over failure to transfer money into his fund.
Fears of 'Brexit' and a global slowdown have pushed government bonds to unsustainable highs, warns bond fund manager Bill Gross.
Nestlé, the expensive consumer goods giant, is out as Monks' managers strive to get Baillie Gifford’s ‘best ideas’ fund on track.
House builders drag down FTSE 100 as RICS survey points to first fall in UK property prices since 2012.
Star manager considers launch of new fund offering greater yield than the £8.7 billion Woodford Equity Income.
Zoe Kan becomes lead manager on the £2.1 billion Newton Asian Income fund formerly run by Jason Pidcock.
Investor group ShareSoc says self regulation by the Alternative Investment Market is not working.
Citywire AA-rated Daniel Roberts is wary of getting too attached to particular stocks, setting himself an investment limit.
How do investment trusts fare against low-cost exchange traded funds? We pitted them against each other in 20 sectors to find out.
Fund managers are anxiously scrutinising their portfolios to avoid unforeseen risks from this month's European Union poll.
Opec inaction hits oil stocks, disappointing ECB forecasts dent FTSE 100 and Cobham dives on rights issue.
Our free e-zine pits trusts against exchange traded funds, checks their EU referendum defences and rounds up analysts' verdicts.
Investment industry under pressure to eradicate ‘macho’ culture after Citywire reveals just 10% of world’s fund managers are women.
Star manager expected to buy stake as media group prepares to list on Alternative Investment Market, according to Sky.
Star manager Steve Davies has his eye on the EU referendum after overhauling the former Jupiter Global trust to fit a UK mandate.
Shares in Neil Woodford-backed hostel group tumble on lower European bookings blamed on 'recent geopolitical events'.
Citywire AAA-rated James Sym believes beaten-down stocks will return to favour as inflation rises.
Columbia Threadneedle is latest investment group to re-price flagship commercial property fund in the face of investor withdrawals.
Miton has appointed Andrew Jackson to manage its top-performing UK Value Opportunities fund.
Long-suffering investors will be wary of false dawns, but performance has started to improve under new manager Jamie Horvat.
Finsbury Growth & Income is 90 years old, and the investment trust's decision 15 years ago to hand the reins to Nick Train was a key milestone.
Industrial Heat, a technology company backed by Neil Woodford, hit by $89 million lawsuit from scientist in dispute over claimed invention.
Neil Woodford's fund management group has applied to switch structure after explosive growth of the business.
Leading global growth fund dips into revenue reserves again to pay its dividend and says it may have to use capital gains in future distributions.
Martin Currie moves Mark Whitehead to replace Alan Porter as manager of underperforming global income fund, Securities Trust of Scotland.
Citywire A-rated manager of £3.8 billion AXA Framlington UK Select Opportunities fund expects a TV advertising resurgence.
Richard Peirson, manager of £1 billion AXA Framlington Balanced fund, retires after smashing the stock market return in 23-year career.
Property slowdown ahead of European Union referendum forces £4 billion 'bricks and mortar' fund to take protective move.
(Update) Worries about this afternoon’s US jobs report unsettled markets. Satellite operator Inmarsat and construction group Interserve slumped.
The first quarter of 2016 was the worst for investment sales for 20 years, unless you were star fund managers Terry Smith or Neil Woodford.
Leigh Harrison, a Citywire AAA-rated manager of the £3 billion Threadneedle UK Income fund, calls time on his 32-year career.