X-ray exam: what is really behind Gars' bad run?
Investment research firm Markov Processes International explores what is behind the £27 billion strategy's weak run.
Henderson's Beckett: finding opportunities in a political minefield
TR European Growth Trust manager Ollie Beckett says that the 'political mess' in Europe is fine as long as there is still value to be had.
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- Trust Insider: the Trumpian logic of Sherborne's Electra strategy 1
- FTSE falls as merger optimism fades
- Funds Focus: Fundsmith Equity lags post-Brexit rally
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Video: The October Market Outlook
As we enter Q4, Adam Avigdori, co-manager of the BlackRock UK Income fund, reflects on 2016 so far and what lies in wait for the last three months of the year – with the impending US Presidential election now just around the corner.
Lloyds' profits slump 15% as it sets aside another £1bn for PPI
Lloyds reported a 15% profit slump in the third quarter and announced that it has set aside an additional £1 billion to cover the costs of payment protection insurance (PPI) claims.
Kames's Snowden: 'There is no bond bubble'
Kames Capital’s Stephen Snowden says corporate bonds are ‘expensive’, but are not in bubble territory.
Inflation vs deflation: which is the bigger risk for the Eurozone?
After several years of ultra-loose monetary policy and quantitative easing (QE), talk of inflationary pressures rearing their head in the Eurozone seems premature at best.
Profile: how the Chinese are hedging their future globally
Brexit has installed immigration as the key issue of British political life