Fund managers have warned of short-term volatility following Italy's vote against constitutional reform in this weekend's referendum, which they say could "exert a baleful influence" on the country's struggling banking sector.
Adviser due-diligence is critical
Just over £6.5m raised for new venture
Will allow more access to European ABS
By Esther Armstrong, BNY Mellon Investment Management EMEA Limited
By BNY Mellon IM EMEA
By Esther Armstrong, BNY Mellon Investment Management
By Geoff Spiteri, BNY Mellon Investment Management
Investors want short duration
Querns Asset Managers has appointed small-cap specialist Downing as the investment manager of the Monthly Income fund, to work alongside current manager Stephen Whittaker.
A new dawn? One year on from Modi's win
Jade Fu, investment manager at Heartwood Investment Management, analyses the public and private debt balances of Asian economies, and how they impact investors in the region
Alliance Trust may find inertia its most powerful weapon in the attempt to fight off Elliott Advisors' proposals for change at the company.
ETFs turn 25 years old
Are investment trusts heading for a fall?
'We have West Coast capitalism, not US holdings.'
Despite the relentless rise of US equity markets since the financial crisis, the country's most famous investor, Warren Buffett, has stuck to his decades-long discipline of holding a large cash pile for a rainy day.
The term ‘robo-advisor' has been around in the US for the past six or seven years. It usually refers to online investment management sites that run portfolios through unique algorithms or, to put it another way, take the human element out of investing....
China fund managers are preparing for ‘controversial' changes to the benchmark index, which could also prompt adjustments to Investment Association definitions.
Last week, Neptune announced an overhaul of its research and business operations following disappointing fund performance in recent years.
Alliance Trust's head of equities, Peter Michaelis, said an increased focus on sustainability has driven a number of significant changes to the group's £2.5bn flagship global trust over recent months.
Quarterly and annualised UK growth figures for Q4 2014 have narrowly missed expectations after the construction sector underwhelmed at the end of the year.
The year investment trusts were brought back down to earth
In 2014, Japan unleashed a radical stimulus package, fell back into technical recession, and saw a tentative economic recovery stalled by a dramatic sales tax increase.