Investec assets fall to £80m
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Attractive entry points
UK equities maintained their strong run from the end of February right through to March as the more dovish tone from the US Federal Reserve and the grind higher in commodity prices continued to drag the market upwards.
Manager of Investec UK Special Sits fund
Seeking sterling share classes
Long live our noble investment trusts
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Gold funds top performance charts
Investec AM's Alastair Mundy takes a closer look at companies' different dividend strategies as the results season unfolds.
Hardeep Tawakley takes a closer look at the evolution of specialist funds and speaks to buyers about their favourite offerings.
Fund managers reveal telecoms, housebuilders and retail as some of the sectors they believe will be able to continue their strong run in 2016, alongside the trouble spots.
Similarities and differences
Avoid 'optically-high' yields
The UK may have one of the highest dividend yields globally with the spread above bonds near record highs, but Blake Hutchins, portfolio manager on the Investec UK Quality Equity Income fund, asks if this could soon be under threat.
Discusses challenges facing the UK market
Added New York-listed Visa
The New Year started, as always, with a flurry of forecasts for the next 12 months. But with equity markets having one of their worst starts, a number of commentators have not had to wait as long as usual for some of their forecasts to look a touch optimistic.
Max King, multi-asset portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management, explores the highs and lows of financial markets and business in 2015.
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Will rebrand to PGIM in January
Alastair Mundy, portfolio manager of the Investec UK Special Situations fund, warns against complacency in expecting flagging companies to bounce back immediately.
Shifts in currency and equity positions
Breakeven inflation rates are in many cases trading at levels not seen since before the financial crisis.