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Articles featuring Citywire Selection funds, or the people who manage them
Treasury error in telling investors Lloyds had permission to redeem bonds threatens to mar bank's first dividend since financial crisis.
Edinburgh-based Baillie Gifford joins the band of investment groups revealing how actively managed their funds really are.
British Gas owner says dividends will be 30% lower as a result of falling energy prices.
Does nature or nurture produce the best fund managers? We asked multi-managers, whose job it is to pick the best performing funds.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Next Fifteen Communications, Harvey Nash, Ebiquity and Bloomsbury Publishing.
Our weekly look at investment trust shares shows Standard Life Equity Income getting 'cheaper' while Foreign & Colonial and Diverse Income become more 'dear'.
Ruffer Investment Company takes profits on its dollar holdings and lowers exposure to equities as the defensive fund views markets with its customary caution.
Crispin Odey has warned shares will be 'devastated'. We look at how other fund managers are protecting their portfolios.
Miner's failure to make bond payment a small blow for BRWM but is another setback for what was once a key holding for M&G's Tom Dobell.
Citywire AAA-rated Martin Cholwill comes top in ranking of UK equity income funds.
Only Neil Woodford has attracted more Hargreaves Lansdown client money than the online broker's launch of its Multi-Manager UK Growth fund.
Investment group close to shutting around 40% of fund range as it restructures to improve performance.
All major stock markets are up so far this year, with India's astonishing rally showing no signs of slowing.
Investment trust says commodities close to trough and plans £80 million acquisitions with £100 million fund raising that could fuel further deals.
Aberdeen Asset Management has highest number of badly performing funds says Tilney Bestinvest in its 'Spot the Dog' study.
Manager heads into 2015 with lowest shares exposure in six years, warning conditions ripe for UK balance of payments crisis.
James Carthew looks at some of 2014's worst-performing trusts and assesses their prospects for this year.
(Update) Fund managers Richard Buxton and Alastair Gunn have backed Aviva's proposed deal to take over rival insurer Friends Life.
Impax Environmental Markets (IEM) manager Bruce Jenkyn-Jones says many green investments benefit from cheap oil.
James Carthew looks at some of the standout winners in the investment companies sector in 2014.