Fund managers shrug off recession fears and pile into shares
Fund managers have been buying back into shares at the fastest pace in two years, shrugging off global recession fears.
- Brexit weighs as 95% of UK blue-chip, mid-cap funds lag market
- Glen Finegan leads emerging markets exodus at Janus Henderson
- Oil stocks weigh on FTSE but Unilever climbs on strong sales
- The Expert View: Bunzl, Capita and Segro 1
- Thursday Papers: shake-up of audits will cut clout of Big Four 3
- Overnight Markets: health-care stocks drag Wall Street lower
David Stevenson: the Permanent Portfolio beats gold but I'm not sold
It's billed as an ultra-lazy portfolio for the super cautious, but results from this simple allocation fail to impress.