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Is sterling now undervalued?

Is sterling now undervalued?

For the first time in more than three years, investors have started to go net long on sterling, according to Edward Smith, head of asset allocation research at Rathbones.

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Kames's Snowden: 'I'm still the industry's youth policy'

Kames Capital's new co-head of fixed income Stephen Snowden discusses the lack of new talent coming through in the industry and how his promotion will affect his day to day role.

Schroders cuts fees on two funds

Schroders is to cut the fees on both its Absolute Return Bond and QEP Global Core funds.

Kames’ bond duo Roberts and Milburn join Liontrust

Kames Capital’s ex-head of fixed income and high yield specialist Phil Milburn are to join Liontrust Asset Management.

Kames bond bosses Milburn and Roberts exit

Phil Milburn and David Roberts have left Kames Capital as the firm appoints new fixed income co-heads amid a series of changes.

M&G and Prudential investment arms to merge

Prudential is to merge its funds arm M&G Investments with its Prudential UK and Europe businesses to form a new division.

M&G to move £6bn of funds from UK in Brexit risk hedge

M&G plans to seek shareholder approval to move four non-UK customer funds to Luxembourg, in what it is calling a precautionary move.

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