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World Cup 2014: we ask 14 readers to pick their champions

Investment professionals reveal which of the 32 countries represented in the biggest sporting event on the planet excite them the most.

Performance review: why Vestra’s Lakshmanan has slashed equity exposure

Vestra Wealth head of investment solutions Meena Lakshmanan has slashed her equity exposure by 10%, rotating most of this into cash as she looks to lock in profits.

EM specialist acquires ex-First State and Invesco men's boutique

Blackfriars Asset Management, which is owned by a firm in the BNY Mellon family, is to absorb BDT Invest.

Fees cut on Mobius’s £2bn trust

The £2 billion Templeton Emerging Markets investment trust has become the latest closed-ended fund to lower its fees.

Russia: the most divided market on earth

Russia has the potential to produce great riches one day, but this is lost on the constant negative newsflow from the country.  

Who are the best Latin America managers?

Citywire Discovery turns to the Latin American equity sector

Franklin drops Templeton name from fund range

Sir John Templeton’s name has been stripped from 15 funds managed by Franklin Templeton.

Allianz Gilt Yield

Allianz Gilt Yield manager Mike Amey has dramatically reduced his exposure to inflation-linked bonds over the past two months.

Renaissance to merge away Europe fund

Renaissance Asset Managers plans to merge its Eastern European Allocation fund into its Ottoman fund, run by Citywire + rated Aziz Unan.

Shares resilient amid more fears for emerging markets

Investors question whether a third day of FTSE resilience merely represents a 'dead cat bounce' after a two-week sell-off.

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