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Citywire AAA-rated Terry Smith says glacial pace of US interest rate rises does not justify switch from so-called 'bond proxy' stocks.
Star manager of Lindsell Train, the country's best-performing investment trust, reiterates caution for the shares as a director cuts his holding.
Resurgent pound hits internationally-focused FTSE 100 as fears over Donald Trump's presidency spark dollar sell-off .
Schroders fund manager urges Berkeley Group to bid for rival troubled Bovis Homes but reports say it is not keen on £5 billion tie-up.
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FTSE 100 treads water as investors refrain from big bets ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as US president this afternoon.
Renewed enthusiasm for emerging markets could see Jupiter Fund Management launch an income investment trust under Ross Teverson.
Scottish Mortgage co-manager James Anderson stuns City by comparing Theresa May to Hitler and Stalin after her Davos speech.
Now that Theresa May has outlined plans for a 'hard Brexit', what does 2017 hold for UK commercial property?
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Royal Mail falls to bottom of FTSE 100 after reporting continued weakness in its letters division.
Global fund Bankers becomes only second investment trust to achieve 50 years of consecutive annual dividend increases.
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US index-tracking giant Vanguard trims annual charge on its LifeStrategy funds to 0.22% as it prepares to expand in the UK.
Tim Martin, chairman of JD Wetherspoon, blames 'semi-religious' faith in Europe for the overwhelming inaccuracy of Brexit economic forecasts.
Pound gives up some gains from yesterday's soaraway rally, helping FTSE 100 edge higher as international earners recover.
Latest in string of profit warnings for publisher sends shares diving, delivering another blow to star fund manager Nick Train.
Richard Fields, founder and owner of management company behind Juridica, the struggling litigation fund, has cashed out of the business.
GAM technology fund manager Mark Hawtin believes sector’s big names better equipped to cope with new administration than some realise.
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