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The funds that dived and thrived in the sell-off
It's a month since the FTSE 100 hit its all-time high, and it's been downhill since. We round up how funds have performed.
Ruffer: fund managers could spark next financial crisis
The managers of the Ruffer Investment Company are concerned the industry's obsession with low volatility could lead to the next financial crisis.
Scottish wealth firm unveils Standard Life Aberdeen and Tcam hires
Anderson Strathern Asset Management has hired a series of senior wealth managers.
Rathbones: eight charts on why 2018 growth will be hard to find
Rathbones has highlighted eight graphs that investors should consider when predicting growth rates and stock market returns in 2018.
$50k bitcoin and Corbyn for PM? Nine fund views on 2018
Nine fund manager views on what you should watch out for in the year to come.
Centrica shares crash after loss of 823,000 customers
Shares in British Gas owner endure their worst day ever after profit warning following the loss of 823,000 customers in just four months.
Newton restructures investment team as Metcalfe retires
Newton fund manager Christopher Metcalfe is set to retire at the end of the year.
B Capital’s Lorne Baring: ‘There are lunatics in charge of some countries’
‘There are lunatics in charge of some countries,’ says B Capital founder Lorne Baring, outlining one of the three key risks he has identified for markets. shak
7IM to rename and drop charges on fund
The 7IM is set to rename its 7IM Unconstrained fund to the 7IM Real Return fund and drop its charges.
Loser tech stocks and how to spot them
The technology market is a crowded one with the number of high profile successes dwarfed by the failures.
How firms ensure fund managers don’t break rules
The departure of star manager Philip Rodrigs from River & Mercantile due to ‘conduct issues’ last week came as a shock.
Danger! The products that worry wealth managers
With market volatility back, wealth managers discuss the investment products that concern them most.
Is Mifid II the final nail in the wealth advisory coffin?
With the discretionary march relentless over the last five years, Danielle Levy asks what new European rules could mean for advisory arms.