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Neil Woodford may have pipped arch rival Terry Smith in getting his flagship equity income fund over £10 billion in assets for the first time.
Neptune Investment Management to disclose the extent its equity income funds rely on dividends from top 10 biggest stocks.
Jupiter bond veteran Ariel Bezalel says Federal Reserve not worried about US over heating as president unlikely to get policies passed.
Manager of JO Hambro Capital Management’s flagship UK Opportunities fund announces end of his 26-year investment career.
Investment group best known for its smaller company expertise branches out with new fund investing in infrastructure and utility shares.
UK equity income funds told they only have to match the yield on the FTSE All Share as previous 110% yield target is relaxed.
Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management unveil terms of ‘merger of equals’ to create UK and Scottish national investment champion.
Sanditon managers Chris Rice and Tim Russell are having a difficult time shorting stocks during the recent stock market rally.
Defensive Ruffer fund managers Hamish Baillie, Steve Russell and Duncan MacInnes say investors must prepare for consequences of fiscal stimulus.
Citywire AAA-rated manager pleased Unilever was saved for income investors but looks forward to group becoming more efficient.
Last year took a decisive turn for the worst for Fundsmith Emerging Equities Trust on 8 November and not just because of Donald Trump.
A cut in the final dividend after a dramatic share price recovery signals a new phase for the UK’s biggest listed mining fund.
Star smaller companies fund manager Harry Nimmo continues to be a post-Brexit bull, impressed by the resilience of companies he invests in.
HICL Infrastructure is on the road with its first retail share issue in nearly four years. Experts say it is a good opportunity for income investors.
Less than a year ago star fund manager believed UK economy was 'awful' and markets 'highly valued'. He's changed his tune.
Fund manager shares fall as it responds to regulatory pressure for cleaner charges by switching unit trusts from 'dual' to 'single pricing'.
Edinburgh-based Asia and emerging markets manager looks to raise £100 million for new global smaller companies investment trust.
Star fund manager and bank bear Neil Woodford says UK lenders 'more investable than they have been for a long time'.
Fund managers Mike Lindsell and Nick Train look to buy more shares in Pearson after reviewing the position after painful dividend cut.
A goal of income growth has held back performance of Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust. Its successor may take a new approach.
Gender equality is making a mark on investment trusts yet only one in five directors of closed-end funds are women, according to new study.
Expensive funds should carry warning that high charges can damage investors' financial health, says low-cost funds provider.
Fund manager Peter Spiller has run defensive Capital Gearing Trust for 35 years, making him the original 'multi-asset' global investor.
Hostile response spooks Kraft backers Warren Buffett and Jorge Paulo Lemman into pulling support for bid, sending Unilever shares lower.
Trump administration plans for radical ‘border adjustment tax’ (BAT) would be massive policy error for the US, fund managers warn.
The £26 billion Standard Life Investments’ (SLI) Global Absolute Return Strategies (Gars) fund has avoided a key ratings downgrade but questions remain over its size.
Woodford Patient Capital Trust has traded below its 2015 launch price for over a year. How patient should shareholders be?
Henderson Opportunities Trust manager believes trust's shares will re-rate as investors hear how he is navigating post-Brexit market.
Global investors far more confident about economic prospects than a year ago though three quarters say US stocks too dear.
Elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany could upset markets but not rock Europe's longer-term economic recovery, say fund managers.
HL Select UK Income fund will pay monthly dividend as it seeks to attract investors hungry for a regular return on their savings.
Donald Trump could pressure International Monetary Fund to pull plug on Greece pitching the eurozone into a new crisis.
Manager of P2P Global Investments blames maturing loan book for its poor performance last year. Will investors give it another chance?
AXA Framlington's Nigel Thomas, Booker Group's second biggest investor, doesn't understand logic of wholesaler’s £3.7 billion sale.
Financial Conduct Authority proposes ways to prevent a repeat of property fund suspensions that hit investors after the Brexit vote.
Ruffer Investment Company has further reduced equity exposure of its defensive global portfolio in response to the uncertainties facing markets.
Investors are being over-compensated for backing UK corporate bonds overshadowed by Brexit talks, says TwentyFour Asset Management.
Star smaller company manager reunites with HgCapital founder Ian Armitage and wins backing of Chris Mills at Harwood Capital.
Matthew Read picks out three investment trusts which could offer some protection, or even benefit, should markets fall.