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Managers of smaller companies trust rebuff veteran investor after he approaches shareholders following exit of Stuart Widdowson.
Report by fund group Henderson highlights weak pound's impact on UK dividends, which trailed growth in other markets last year.
Expensive funds should carry warning that high charges can damage investors' financial health, says low-cost funds provider.
Bank tumbles to bottom of FTSE 100 after reporting 62% drop in profits, hurt by private banking restructuring.
Small direct lending trust plans to sever ties with founder GLI Finance in attempt to boost assets.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including BGEO and Hammerson.
Toshiba shares gained amid reports the troubled conglomerate wants to raise at least $8.8 billion.
And Greece's creditors dash hopes for quick deal as debt inspectors prepare to return to Athens.
Fund manager Peter Spiller has run defensive Capital Gearing Trust for 35 years, making him the original 'multi-asset' global investor.
Hostile response spooks Kraft backers Warren Buffett and Jorge Paulo Lemman into pulling support for bid, sending Unilever shares lower.
Trump administration plans for radical ‘border adjustment tax’ (BAT) would be massive policy error for the US, fund managers warn.
IMPT's largest shareholder believes the Hansteen offer 'substantially undervalues' the trust's portfolio
The £26 billion Standard Life Investments’ (SLI) Global Absolute Return Strategies (Gars) fund has avoided a key ratings downgrade but questions remain over its size.
RBS jumps to top of FTSE 100, offsetting Unilever's slide, as investors welcome plans to shelve sale of Williams & Glyn branches.
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Kromek, FIH, IQE and Brooks Macdonald.
And spurned Kraft Heinz called off its £115 billion pursuit of Unilever two days after takeover offer.