Funds & Fund Managers
10 funds thumped by 2016's market turmoil
With the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's election catching markets off guard this year, we highlight some of the funds struggling in 2016.
Neil Woodford: right-wing Trumpists could topple euro
Fund manager fears eurozone break-up and market mayhem if Donald Trump inspires far-right parties to win Europe's upcoming elections.
Can you profit from the defence spend boom?
As the world becomes a more uncertain place, are investors considering investing in conflict?
Buying global stocks: leave it to the experts or do it yourself?
Is the ability to picks stocks a transnational skill, or should it be left to those who know their market and its nuances?
M&G High Income assets to transfer to JP Morgan
Investors in the £389 million portfolio to be offered roll-over into open-ended alternatives or JP Morgan trust
Tobacco: Still kingsize or is the end in sight?
Sentiment is split on tobacco stocks' ability to eke out returns in an ever challenging environment.
4 stocks the pros are buying and selling
A round-up of trades by UK fund managers featuring Thomas Cook, Saga, Harvest Minerals and Bodycote.
Hugh Yarrow: mid-cap stocks we bought after Brexit
AAA-rated co-manager of £1 billion Evenlode Income fund says sell-off in FTSE 250 stocks created investment opportunities.
IA considers lower yield target for UK equity income funds
The Investment Association is in discussions over splitting its UK Equity Income basket after after funds failed to meet the yield requirements.
'Cheap' FTSE poised at peak as pound plummets
Another drop in the pound pushes UK stock market close to all-time peak but one fund manager says blue chip shares arguably still 'cheap'.