For most US equity investors, it is all eyes on the Federal Reserve until we see the first lift-off in interest rates. We have got beyond the patch of weak economic data earlier this year and are returning to stronger growth, as signalled by healthy labour...
Schroders saw its assets under management grow by 14% in first half of the year to £309bn, despite strength in the sterling reducing AUM by £10.2bn in the second quarter.
The Targeted Absolute Return retook its place as the UK's best-selling sector in June as investors sought reassurance in choppier markets.
M&G Recovery fund manager Tom Dobell has said improved stock selection is helping his £4.5bn portfolio regain its poise this year following a period of significant underperformance.
Natixis Global Asset Management is seeking to broaden its UK OEIC range with the launch of UK equity and bond products.
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Franklin Templeton UK Mid Cap fund manager Paul Spencer has sold some of the portfolio's longest-held positions after taking advantage of the post-election UK equity rally.
Research firm FundCalibre has launched a new ‘elite provider’ rating, with 17 funds gaining the title.
David Urch, lead manager of the TB Garraway UK Equity Market fund, says investors should not be so complacent when it comes to global crises and the potential impact they can have on UK companies.
Strong performance from financials bumped up UK payouts to a second quarter record of £29.2bn this year, according to the latest Capita Dividend Monitor.
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Fidelity's Alex Wright is backing Barclays to begin its turnaround in earnest following last week's dismissal of chief executive Antony Jenkins.
Lazard Asset Management is set to build on the success of its Global Listed Infrastructure Equity fund through the launch of a concentrated global equity portfolio.
With Japan's corporate governance improvements now underway, Nicholas Weindling, portfolio manager of the JPMorgan Japanese investment trust, looks at how the region can finally begin to close the gap with Europe and the US and improve its tourism industries
Madhav Bhatkuly, manager of the GAM Star India Equity fund, explores whether India's aims to slash red tape and install new trading laws across districts will be enough to ensure business productivity remains on track.
Fixed income funds saw their first net outflows since January 2014 last month, according to the Investment Association’s (IA) latest figures.
Standard Life Investments' UK equity manager Ed Legget is to leave the firm, Investment Week can reveal.
Tokio Marine Asset Management examines how an increasing number of upcoming IPOs, such as the one for Japan Post, the country's largest bank and insurer, may impact supply-demand dynamics in an already buoyant Japanese stock market.
Anthony Bolton has urged investors to be "steely" and hold on to their nerve particularly during volatile times, as he talked about his tenure as fund manager of the UK's largest unit trust.
Old Mutual has set the price for its planned sale of 13.3m shares in its US asset management business to raise money for "general corporate purposes".
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The Fidelity Solutions team give their views on whether economic growth can accelerate throughout the rest of the year, and what the impact would be on their multi-asset portfolios.
Below are five companies the Sustainable Future team at Alliance Trust Investments has identified which demonstrate their investment philosophy in practice.
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