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Neil Woodford: 'frenetic' market rise won't last

Woodford tells investors not to expect his Invesco High Income portfolio, or the wider market, to maintain their recent pace of gains.

House builders rally as Help to Buy brought forward

(UPDATE) Broader markets fall as government shutdown looms in US and Italy is thrown into political crisis

Close Brothers' restructuring pays off as AM division returns to profit

Close Brothers' Asset Management has bounced back into the black and posted a 9% increase in its assets under management.

How to cure the Fed's tapering cold feet? Buy some socks, experts say

Ben Bernanke's decision to delay tapering may be a missed opportunity, and allows investors to remain dangerously addicted to quantitative easing.

AA-rated Hargreave admits mistakes despite stellar track record

Giles Hargreave has held a Citywire rating for nearly all of the 11 years we have been assessing fund managers, dropping out for only four months over that period.

AAA-rated Train backs Buffett’s style but shuns Berkshire

UK equity star Nick Train has said he tries to invest like Warren Buffett, but Berkshire Hathaway is unlikely to make it into his top-performing funds.

Barclays locks horns with FCA on Qatari deals as £50m fine looms

Barclays has admitted it could still face a £50 million fine over deals that helped it stay out of government hands during the credit crisis, according to reports.

FTSE 100 jumps 0.9% as Summers exits Fed race

Lawrence Summers' decision to quit the race to become the next chairman of the US Federal Reserve cheers markets into thinking a slower wind down of QE stimulus will result.

Ruffer: our unjust bear market moniker

Ruffer Investment Company has upped its cash and trimmed its equity holdings - but its managers have denied the vehicle should be dubbed 'portfolio insurance'.

Shah: It's been absolutely fabulous but I no longer want the intensity

Sanjeev Shah has said it was 'very much a personal decision' to take a step back from fund management, and that he no longer wanted the 'intensity' that goes hand in hand with the role.