Funds & Fund Managers
Debenhams collapse: where next for UK retail stocks?
Fund managers argue broad-based pessimism towards UK retail stocks ignores promise of sector's quality companies.
Funds hit as fraud charges smash Indivior and fallout knocks Reckitt
Shares in 'mid-cap' drug maker crash 75% as US Department of Justice alleges fraud, while shares in former parent Reckitt Benckiser fall 5%.
2019: the big fund winners and losers in the year so far
Technology, China and US small company funds enjoyed the first quarter rebound in stock markets, but some Europe and ‘absolute return’ funds fared badly. Click through our gallery to find out more.
‘Brexit star’ James Zimmerman quits Jupiter for second time
Rising star of Jupiter UK Smaller Companies returns to the US and is replaced by Matt Cable from M&G.
Gervais Williams 'anxious' about dividend cuts as growth slows
‘There will be some companies that disappoint and there are more dividend cuts coming,’ says Miton UK Multi Cap Income manager.
Pound slips, FTSE rises after May loses control of Brexit
(Update) After an early spike the pound waned as speculation about Theresa May's future as prime minister grew, enabling the FTSE 100 to extends its gains.
Bumper yields and UK bets draw fund managers to house builders
With yields in double figures for some house builders, fund managers are drawn to their sector as the 'cleanest' contrarian bet on the UK economy.
WPP leads FTSE rebound but Rightmove slides
FTSE 100 rebounds after three days of losses, led by positive results for advertising giant WPP.
Soaring AJ Bell to fly into FTSE 250 three months after IPO
Shares have surged 82% from flotation price, setting up online stockbroker for 'mid-cap' status in this week's quarterly FTSE reshuffle.
FCA fines fund groups over collusion on IPO pricing
Hargreave Hale and River and Mercantile fined but Newton escapes penalty after alerting FCA to breaches.