Funds & Fund Managers
Fund managers count cost of Patisserie Valerie scandal
While some have taken part in rights issue at 50p per share, others have been unwilling to lend further backing to beleaguered baker.
Why oil is falling like it's 2008 again
The price of oil is falling at the fastest pace since the financial crisis, but fund managers are eyeing a recovery, with next week's Opec meeting a potential catalyst.
Thomas Cook dividend blow knocks value managers
Shares in travel group lose a quarter of their value after suspension of dividend and second profit warning in two months.
Pound and domestic stocks rally on Brexit deal hopes
Pound jumps while stocks exposed to UK economy rally after British official tells The Times says financial services Brexit deal nearly done.
Scottish Mortgage leads FTSE higher after US rally
Global investment trust jumps towards top of FTSE 100 after big rally in US markets led by technology sector.
The funds that dived and thrived in a torrid week
A heavy sell-off in 'darling' AIM stocks took a big bite out of some funds, while one fund surged 11% in the sell-off.
Top AIM manager Mumford shocked by Patisserie Valerie crisis
Citywire AA-rated fund manager Paul Mumford writes off his investment as Patisserie Valerie warns it is on brink of collapse.
FTSE rises but Tesco tumbles on profits miss
Shares in UK's biggest retailer tumble to the bottom of the FTSE 100 after missing first-half profit forecasts.
Oil boosts FTSE as drug delay dashes Indivior
Oil price rise helps FTSE 100 buck European markets and avoid losses, as Indivior continues slump on delays to opioid addiction drug.
Funds get Boohoo bounce as AA dents Woodford
Shares in online fashion retailer rally after 22% jump in first-half profits, buoying a number of high conviction fund manager backers.