07 October 2014
Anthony Gillham, fund manager on the multi-asset team at Old Mutual Global Investors, explains why prognostications on the demise of emerging market debt this year have been grossly exaggerated
02 October 2014
Tesco’s third largest shareholder Warren Buffett has described his investment in the supermarket as a “huge mistake”.
22 September 2014
The dust has settled on the wave of pricing deals (or non-deals) announced by platforms earlier this year, but there are still signs of lingering tensions.
15 August 2014
Shares in Warren Buffett's firm Berkshire Hathaway have reached a new high of $200,000 each.
16 June 2014
Newton’s chief executive Helena Morrissey talks to Anna Fedorova about her five-year plan for the business, her product development focus, and her successful campaign for female representation in business.
03 March 2014
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway failed to beat the S&P 500's return last year, meaning it missed Buffett's target of beating the index over a five year period for the first time.
03 January 2014
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is set to miss its five year performance target for the first time in over four decades.
15 November 2013
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has purchased a $3.45bn stake in oil company Exxon Mobil.
04 November 2013
Despite the noise around mega-company buyouts, Jock Green-Armytage, investment adviser to JZ Capital Partners, says small buyouts can also be a worthwhile prospect for investors.
04 November 2013
Luthman and Bailey tell Dan Jones how political risk affects investment strategy and why their macro-thematic style is more than a short-term idea.
28 October 2013
Max King, strategist and portfolio manager on the Investec Asset Management multi-asset team, gives an overview of market movements in the summer months.
22 October 2013
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has cut his stake in Tesco, days after the food retailer posted a major profit slump.
21 October 2013
The S&P 500 index is up 20% in 2013, highlighting the good year US investors have had so far. Somewhat surprisingly, however, some of the best known and widely owned ‘blue chips’ have barely budged. In some cases, they have actually seen their share prices fall. Could this mean there is a catalyst for another move up in the index as some of the giants play catch up? Nick Ford, co-manager of the CF Miton US Opportunities fund, investigates why some of the best known US stocks have performed so poorly this year.
18 October 2013
There was really only one story grabbing the headlines in the retail financial services world this week - the surprise exit of the most famous investor in the UK, Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford.
23 September 2013
As interest in equity investment is revived, Lucy MacDonald, co-manager of the Brunner investment trust, reveals how to assess when active management is boosting portfolios.
Strong growth in e-commerce has justified lofty valuations of online firms in China recently, but Lombard Odier Asia equity portfolio manager, Zhikai Chen, explains why investors are better served in financials.
The repercussions of last month's equity sell-off are still being felt, reports Cherry Reynard
China's plans to widen access to its A shares market for international investors have been held back, but rules are set to be relaxed soon. Hermes manager Jonathan Pines explains why he has been loading up on A shares in anticipation.
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