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Discounts have widened on a several popular UK Equity Income trusts but there is one at Invesco Perpetual that is particularly eye-catching.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity identify 16 investment trusts with lower charges and better performance than equivalent open-ended funds.
Troy Asset Management has launched a global income fund for ex-Newton Global Income manager James Harries.
This week we look at the trades a pair of professional investment trust investors undertook in the chaotic post-Brexit vote market.
Nick Train's Finsbury Growth & Income trust has marked its approaching £1 billion market valuation with a small cut in fees. We look at the club it's joining.
Japanese markets have been thrown into uncertainty by the Bank of Japan’s £46 billion annual investment in exchange-traded funds.
Three fund managers discuss what it takes to be a successful investor and the pros and cons of going against the market.
There are good pickings for investors in Europe and Asia as the weak pound continues to boost returns from outside the UK.
FTSE 100 eyes all-time high, boosted by fall in pound, still heavily down on the day despite recovery from overnight 'flash crash'.
A spike in the oil price throws the spotlight on Riverstone Energy, up 48% this year and still 'compelling' value, according to one investor.
We assess prospects for high-yielding property investment trusts, which fared better than rival open-ended funds after the Brexit vote.
Our monthly roundup of analyst tips and comments on investment trusts, including Finsbury Growth & Income and Diverse Income.
Exclusive interview with Tom Slater of Scottish Mortgage Trust, how property trusts braved Brexit plus analysts' tips and comments.
UK Real Estate fund was the first of many to suspend dealing after the Brexit vote took its toll on the property sector.
It was a strong week for Japanese and European investment trusts, but some of them still look 'cheap'.
Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon become latest investment trusts to cut management charges.
Neil Woodford cements his performance record with a strong Brexit recovery, while property continues rebound.
Experienced private investor David Kempton is confident enough about markets to take advantage of tax breaks for AIM funds and stocks.
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Shawbrook, Xeros Technology, PageGroup and RM.
It's been an eventful week for investment trust share prices following the hostile £1 billion bid for SVG Capital on Monday.