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A lot of the big UK Equity Income funds hold many of the same stocks, but there are some offering something different.
James Carthew examines Witan Pacific, the only investment trust to focus on the entire Pacific region.
Government bond manager Mike Riddell ends a 12-year stint with M&G Investments, prompting a reshuffle of its fixed interest team.
Citywire A-rated Hideo Shiozumi believes Abenomics is finally forcing Japan's companies to become more shareholder-friendly.
Andrew Bell has revived Witan investment trust by quitting index tracking funds and using active fund managers instead.
More younger people are investing in the stock market in a bid to build a house deposit and get their feet on the housing ladder.
James Clunie of Jupiter Asset Management thinks China may devalue the renminbi, a massive move that would rock stock markets.
Frontier markets have streaked ahead of emerging markets in recent years. What's driving the superior returns and can they last?
Old Mutual's Richard Buxton believes a Conservative government will favour UK investors while the threat of a UK exit from the European Union will not happen.
Changing government subsidies don't hurt renewable energy investment companies, although the high-income funds face other issues.
More than eight in 10 investment trust directors own shares in the funds they serve. But does their share dealing tell us anything?
Majedie UK Income manager Chris Reid warns some dividend-paying stocks will be in for a 'kicking' as rates rise, but says insurers won't be among them.
Citywire AA-rated John Baker runs through some of the stocks he believes will benefit from earnings growth in Europe.
Does director dealing help investors in investment trusts? Are 'frontier' funds the new face of emerging markets? And what do experts think of high yielding, renewable energy funds?
Atom Bank, the challenger bank backed by Neil Woodford, handed licence by Bank of England.
Brokers at Stifel say strong performance of shares in Neil Woodford-managed trust has rendered them expensive.
Too many UK equity income funds have faith in GlaxoSmithKline's ability to maintain its dividend, says a healthcare investor.
Manager of Standard Life Investments' UK Equity Unconstrained fund is leaving to join Artemis, where he will take over from the retiring Tim Steer.
Manager of the JPMorgan UK Strategic Growth fund picks six stocks to benefit from high levels of consumer confidence.
Leading smaller company fund managers pick their 10 favourite stocks from the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) on its 20th anniversary.
The government's decision to end the main wind farm subsidy next April sparks protests from developers but leaves renewable energy funds in the clear.
Fund manager Charles Montanaro explains why the 20-year-old Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is no stockpickers' paradise.
The Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is 20 years' old this week. Veteran investor Giles Hargreave reflects on the highs and lows.
Chris Bullock of Henderson Global Investors says a Greek exit from the euro could create a huge buying opportunity in high yield bonds.
Savers allowed to hold peer-to-peer lending investment trusts in their ISAs as part of government's alternative financing push.
Will a name change be enough for Martin Currie Pacific to convince investors its approach to Asia is right, asks James Carthew?
Murray International fund manager puts the trust’s recent underperformance down to investor ‘revulsion’ towards emerging markets.
We gathered 10 Citywire Money readers who have been won over by investment trusts. But why aren't advisers and fund supermarkets as keen?
MSCI’s decision to postpone adding Chinese mainland shares to its stock market indices has proved controversial.
FTSE 100 recovery gathers strength during day while European markets post strong gains on hopes of Greek breakthrough.
JPMorgan Emerging Markets scraps its performance fee, shining a light on the charges paid by investors in emerging markets funds.
Citywire A-rated Michael Ulrich will team up with John Wood on the JOHCM UK Opportunities fund
The Lindsell Train investment trust is scrapping gearing, arguing its size would make borrowing too costly due to EU regulations.
One of the world’s biggest bond fund managers says credit markets may avoid a total bloodbath but there's more volatility to come.
Citywire AA-rated fund manager Hugh Yarrow, dubbed a ‘potential heir to Neil Woodford’s crown’, picks 10 stocks for dividend growth.
Neil Woodford set to celebrate first birthday of Woodford Equity Income with fund sitting at top of sector.
Omar Saeed will run £1.2 billion Legal & General Dynamic Bond Trust, after former manager Dickie Hodges quit last year.
Reports Brazil's richest man, Jorge Paulo Lemann, considering takeover bid send shares in drinks maker surging.
Investors in an enterprise investment scheme marketed as lower risk by Octopus Investments have lost nearly half their money.