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Medium-sized companies have been in the doldrums this year, but Georgina Brittain argues they are poised for a revival.
Curtis Freeze, the Hawaii-based manager of a Guernsey-based investment company, plans a raid on corporate Japan.
An unnamed third party has launched a last-ditch attempt to save the BlackRock Hedge Selector from liquidation.
With special dividends set to hit £18.9 billion for the year, here are the stocks fund managers are tipping as the next to pay out.
AAA-rated Richard Hughes has sold Aviva and Jardine Lloyd Thompson after strong runs for their shares.
(Update: adds analyst exit news) M&G Recovery manager Tom Dobell has said he regrets backing insurance claims processor Quindell.
Royal Mail warns online retail giant Amazon's delivery service will slash growth rates for parcels business.
Will Pfizer resume its pursuit of AstraZeneca? Fund manager Neil Woodford hopes the drugs company will remain independent.
Fidelity's head of asset allocation took advantage of a buying opportunity when Japan's stock market fell on Monday.
Smith & Williamson has hired Giles Worthington, M&G's former head of European equities to run its European Growth fund.
Rob Terry leaves the claims processor after controversial share dealings angered investors, including fund managers Fidelity and Miton.
The managers of Ruffer Investment Company expect more turbulence as stock markets adjust to the end of an easy money era in the US.
Panel calls on fund groups to levy a single charge and stop taking additional investment expenses from funds.
Thomas sold Shire before its takeover by AbbVie collapsed and believes Shell has 'recovery potential'.
The London Mining disaster has thrown the spotlight onto the trust's use of royalty contracts.
Experts say income investors can use lower-yielding growth funds but warn that withdrawing capital by selling units at the wrong time could hurt.
James Henderson of Lowland Investment Company takes issue with a forecast from Capita Asset Services that UK dividend growth is slowing.
The huge fines imposed on banks for currency manipulation point to a wider scandal affecting investors in funds and pensions.
Bank doesn't expect to hit 2% target for three years, but there is more positive news on wages.
Royal London's top-rated equity income fund manager Martin Cholwill fears house builders could face political risk before the election.
Mark Barnett, manager of Invesco Perpetual's huge equity income funds, says the best part of the UK economic recovery may be over but the stock market still offers good value.
James Carthew looks at British Assets investment trust's aim to tap into the £9 billion retirement market created by the pension freedom reforms.
Neil Woodford pounced on the tumbling stock market last month by snapping up more shares in companies he felt were oversold.
Bond fund manager says investors are too complacent about the slowdown in China and has bought more government bonds.
Investors withdrew a record $27.5 billion from Pimco Total Return in October after manager Bill Gross' shock departure.
Smaller company star to run the new River and Mercantile UK Micro Cap Investment Company that will be capped at £100 million.
Glen Finegan, former emerging markets fund manager at First State, takes on the task of improving performance at Henderson Global Investors.
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report spells out why investors are increasingly avoiding fossil fuel stocks, says Charlie Thomas of the Jupiter Ecology fund.
James Carthew looks at the Lowland Investment Company, one of the best performing UK equity income trusts in recent years.
Philip Ehrmann and Kathryn Langridge will leave Jupiter at the end of the year.
Find out which trusts can protect your capital in troubled times.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Debenhams, Fuller’s, Crest Nicholson, Boohoo and Pressure Technologies.
Government will redeem bond issued by Winston Churchill in 1927 to refinance First World War debts.
Gervais Williams believes slowing global growth is a 'game changer' for income investment.
Struggling investment trust hopes the man who replaced Richard Buxton at Schroders can revive its fortunes.
Issue 13 of Investment Trust Insider is out now. We look at defensive trusts, investment trust pensions and other Top Trusts.
Move follows Ilario di Bon's departure from the underperforming global investment trust.
Former Schroder UK Opportunities and Schroder UK Growth manager to run new UK fund for Sanditon.
Murray International manager Bruce Stout says current investment climate is among the most challenging he has known.