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China's stock market is up by more than 140% over the last year, and there could be more to come.
Our weekly roundup highlights the top risers and fallers among investment trusts and which of their shares look cheap or expensive.
Analysts rush to upgrade their stance on Vodafone as shares continue rally driven by merger speculation.
Fund manager Simon Gergel hopes he's found the bottom of the copper market after adding mining giant Antofagasta to the Merchants investment trust.
James Carthew examines Fair Oaks Income Fund, an investment trust that buys collateralised loan obligations.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including GKN and DMGT.
After strong returns, big infrastructure funds like HICL face questions over how they will cope when interest rates rise.
Jason Pidcock, manager of £4.6 billion Newton Asian Income fund, will run a similar strategy at Jupiter.
Neil Woodford's successor has had a good first year in charge of the Edinburgh investment trust, making a number of new investments.
Surprisingly good April retail sales point to stronger UK economic growth and counter fears of deflationary slump.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including DCC and Just Eat.
Vodafone surges on renewed merger speculation while Barclays jumps as foreign exchange manipulation fine lower than budgeted for.
Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland among six banks fined £3.7 billion for rigging foreign exchange markets.
Invesco Perpetual's AAA-rated manager has taken advantage of UK political certainty, but remains wary about a EU referendum.
Foreign & Colonial, the investment trust that has spent £863 million on share buybacks, steps up efforts to protect its share price.
Investment supermarket criticises Financial Services Compensation Scheme and says its 'crazy' funding system must change.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Topps Tiles and Premier Foods.
The Bank of England isn't as committed to fighting inflation as it used to be. With inflation in negative territory, this could be a good time for investors to buy protection.
The UK has experienced deflation – or falling prices – for the first time since 1960, says the Office for National Statistics.
The FTSE 100 rallies after advances in the US and Asia, helped by strong results from property developer Land Securities.
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