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Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
In an environment where cash and Western government bonds yield so little, investors have to be innovative.
Edinburgh Investment is both the best performing and most deeply European discounted trust of 2014. What gives?
GAM has closed a clutch of young funds, including one run by its star Europe manager.
New European Special Situations and Japan Flexible Equity funds have been created by BlackRock following the consolidation of its product range.
40% of bonuses will also be deferred under legislation that aims to better protect investors.
Ignis has closed two funds, and relaunched its GEM offering under ex-Barings manager Mark Julio as part of a rationalisation.
Neil Veitch, a Citywire + rated equities manager at SVM, shares his expectations for the world’s stock markets with Wealth Manager.
The move means investors will be able to manage exchange rate risk.
Stefan Sluke, a fixed income manager at GLG, has left the firm less than a year after the debut of a Ucits version of his fund.
Market volatility at the start of this year has led to investor nervousness but has this opened up some interesting opportunities?
A trio of former Co-operative fund managers has left Royal London Asset Management, Wealth Manager can reveal.
GLG has closed a commodities fund whose strategy had been designed by Sandy Rattray.
Cheyne Capital has launched a new property focused fund exploiting limited supply in Europe’s credit markets
Investors in short and leveraged ETPs turned sharply bearish on western markets in January
Vodafone will inject £52 billion into markets next month: where will it go?
The FTSE 100 was up 0.82% in early trading to 6,645 taking its cue from a continued resurgence in Asian markets rather than the US, while Barclays was nursing a loss as investors digested full-year numbers from the bank.
Fidelity has confirmed the look of its new index range, the launch of which was exclusively revealed by Wealth Manager last year.
Richard Skelt has retired from Fidelity after 23 years at the firm.
Schroders' Citywire A-rated multi-manager head shrewdly increased his cash weighting to 30.6% last month, although he does not necessarily think this is the end of the bull market.
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