Five stocks these fund managers really love
There has been little for fund managers to love this year, but with Valentine's Day around the corner, five fund managers reveal the stocks they just can't walk away from.
- Esma index tracker probe is ‘unactionable’ and ‘illogical’
- Fund buy list dilemma: venturing off the beaten track
- Why are banks getting such a battering? 1
- Why 'lazy' discretionary management needs a shake up 3
- Trust Insider: why small caps have taken the lead for UK income
- Colin McLean: a behavioural guide to surviving market volatility 1
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City of London confident of dividend hike despite lower equity income
Manager Job Curtis outlined his belief that 'defensive' holdings such as British American Tobacco and Unilever will offset unstable UK dividend picture.
Biotech Growth: we will ride out this storm
Geoffrey Hsu of Biotech Growth Trust says the sell-off in biotechnology stocks represents a buying opportunity for long-term investors.
Central banks in the driving seat
Franck Dixmier, Global Head of Fixed Income at Allianz Global Investors, shares his views about the upcoming fixed income trends
Profile: PortfolioMetrix is on a mission to kill 'Frankenstein' systems
In a buyers’ market for off-the-peg discretionary management, self-funded start-ups begin at an inherent disadvantage
Hermes: the passive threat to shareholder power
Will Smith stands down from City Natural Resources trust
Vertical integration challenge: how to manage potential conflicts
Woodford calls for Glaxo break-up
Schroders’ Marriage: I'm back in a ‘nice place’
After the commodity bull, what will be the next FTSE supercycle?