Fund and manager news
All the latest news on funds, ITs and ETFs
Fund manager BlackRock snaps up 11% of trust while Woodford Patient Capital directors see stakes scaled back along with other investors.
Fund managers' fascination with alternative lending demonstrated by US peer-to-peer lender Funding Circle raising £100 million.
Terry Smith, Citywire AA-rated manager of the £3.5 billion Fundsmith Equity Fund, says why he thinks most fund managers have gone wrong.
Fund managers draw some positives from Tesco's full-year results despite a huge £6.4 billion loss.
Veteran bond investor tweets the need to bet against German government bonds some time, but just not yet.
Adam Ryan keeps his powder dry as he positions the BlackRock Income Strategies investment trust for a market correction.
Shares in the UK's biggest investment trust launch move to a small premium, leaving some profit for a few 'stags' who sell out.
David Kempton presents five fund picks after meeting with Hawksmoor fund managers, but he's wary about the general election.
The Conservatives will sell up to £4 billion of Lloyds bank shares and make pension expert Ros Altmann a minister if they regain power.
Stockbrokers determine how individual applications are scaled back after Woodford Patient Capital Trust oversubscribed by nearly 10%.
Scarred by my Standard Chartered experience, I can't stand the thought of seeing my Tesco winnings evaporate.
Paul Niven, manager of Foreign & Colonial, talks about the big play on Europe he introduced to the country's oldest investment trust.
Citywire AA-rated manager Margaret Lawson argues property problems pose as much of a risk to Tesco as Aldi or Lidl.
It makes less sense trying to copy Neil Woodford's small company buys now he's launching a fund focused on just those stocks.
Ranger Direct Lending Fund aims to yield a higher income than the growing breed of peer-to-peer investment companies.
Invesco Perpetual's AA-rated Paul Causer buys more Tesco bonds in market where large parts have become 'uninvestable'.
Trusts investing in UK smaller companies are on wide discounts, with only the recently-launched River & Mercantile Micro Cap on a premium.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at N Brown, Vectura, Braemar Shipping and Cenkos Securities.
Alliance Trust chair defends investment trust's record ahead of showdown annual general meeting.
Citywire AAA-rated manager will take on corporate governance role at fund group.
Fund manager voices fears over impact of political uncertainty on stock market in Telegraph interview, and backs new cancer treatment centres.
We're at the beginning of an 'upswing', says Invesco Perpetual. Don't be too defensive in your investments and avoid government bonds.
River & Mercantile UK Micro Cap manager puts £51 million raised from investors to work and says he is finding 'stunning value'.
Looking for last-minute ISA ideas? Here are the investment trusts tipped by Alan Brierley of Canaccord Genuity this year.
Jeremy Thomas and Lucy Macdonald have trimmed holdings in the Brunner investment trust.
Mark Barnett has made some big changes to the Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds he took over from Neil Woodford.
Veteran smaller company investor launches Miton UK MicroCap trust to capture the growth potential of the UK's smallest stocks.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Lakehouse, Netcall, Victrex, VPC Lending Investment, KBC Advanced Technologies and Interserve.
After widespread price falls for commodities, some believe they have dropped too far and are set for a rebound.
Manager Paul Marriage saw his fund halve in size last year as investors fled smaller companies.
Baillie Gifford's Citywire A-rated Charles Plowden gets job of reviving Monks investment trust after a long period of poor performance.
Neil Woodford and other leading fund managers backed a £130 million fund raising by private equity group Oakley Capital.
Investment trust says it is 'surprised' ShareSoc has taken sides before board has issued circular to shareholders.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager celebrates a series of big dividend increases by his stocks, including a 40% hike from Heineken.
Andrew Graham’s shake-up of Martin Currie Pacific, cutting holdings by half and prioritising the most sustainable stocks, could be turning performance around
The US stock market has eclipsed all others since the financial crisis, but is it running out of steam?
The FTSE 100 closed at a new all-time high of 7,022 as markets cheered the apparent delay in a rise in US interest rates.
Citywire AAA-rated manager says UK banks 'look very appealing' and eyes 6p dividend payout from Lloyds.
The board of battered mining trust apologises to shareholders, holds its dividend and announces the departure of co-manager Catherine Raw.