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Good performance from Witan in 2013 was the backstop for a 39th consecutive annual dividend increase for the investment trust.
Four themes have deterred income-seekers from investing in investment trusts (ITs) in recent times
Bruce Stout shares his thoughts on the world’s major markets in a typically forthright fashion after a difficult year for his Murray International Trust.
Hamish Baillie and Steve Russell of the Ruffer investment trust have tipped value investing to shine against a backdrop of earnings disappointments.
As the debate on Scottish independence rages on Citi has weighed in, saying the nation would probably lose its AAA-rating if it breaks free from the rest of the UK.
Raven Russia, a £565 million fund focused on Russian warehouses that has long been one of Neil Woodford’s favourite trusts, has reported strong annual results despite turmoil in the country.
The £441 million HgCapital Trust has announced disappointing results for 2013, thanks in part to its heavy cash weighting.
Richard Bernstein, manager of the Crystal Amber trust, has moved to wind up a clean-energy fund in which he invests.
The 126-year old trust is working on registering companies in England ahead of the Scottish referendum on independence in September.
The RCM Technology Trust has lowered both its annual management charge and its performance fee.
RIT Capital Partners, the £2.4 billion investment trust, has dramatically increased its debt in order to allocate more to absolute return strategies.
Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
Ian Smith, manager of the New City Energy fund, explains why he has taken his portfolio in an unconventional direction.
In an environment where cash and Western government bonds yield so little, investors have to be innovative.
Geoff Miller, chief executive of GLI Finance, explains how and why he is reshaping a portfolio that has delivered exceptional returns.
BlackRock UK Special Situations fund manager Richard Plackett is taking a six-month sabbatical.
Paul Niven will replace Tigue on the £2 billion trust on 1 July.
Edinburgh Investment is both the best performing and most deeply European discounted trust of 2014. What gives?
The star manager looks set to attract billions after revealing he is to run another equity income fund.
Several large investors are souring on loans as a fixed-income alternative.
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