Comes amid sterling volatility
UK-smaller companies focus
Cost of hedging sterling rockets 14.5%
In the latest monthly Investment Week podcast, Hermes' chief economist Neil Williams talks about the 2016 Budget, the threat of a Brexit and the implications for the UK economy.
In response to demand
Concerns over weakening sterling
Argued Europe needs immigration
What would happen if the UK became independent?
Yen and euro stronger
Reduced exposure to London property market
For US and eurozone equities
Pound has already fallen 10%
Allows investors to manage currency volatility
Concerns about sterling and gold
Shifts in currency and equity positions
Expanded to offer sterling, Swiss franc and euro exposure
UK inflation rises 0.1% in July to beat forecasts
Managers of the Ruffer Investment Company have raised exposure to sterling on the portfolio to its highest position ‘for many years'.
Fund managers and economists have reacted to the surprise news that only one MPC member voted for a rate rise this month, saying the UK economy is 'not out of the woods yet'.
Thomas Miller Investment has launched two new bond funds, as it continues to expand its onshore range.
Sterling has hit a fresh seven and a half year high against the euro after Bank of England governor Mark Carney suggested the UK base rate could rise at the turn of the year.
Housebuilders' shares have taken a dive in early afternoon trading after Bank of England governor Mark Carney said a hike in interest rates is "moving closer".
Beware Greek schadenfreude
Peter Elston, chief investment officer at Seneca Investment Managers, investigates the pros and cons of forex hedging.