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Market turmoil in China will prove a greater problem for European equity managers than the ongoing travails of eurozone member Greece, according to Argonaut Capital's Olly Russ.
Ratings agency FundCalibre marks its first anniversary this week, and a look at the site's most popular portfolios hints at the investment trends making themselves felt so far in 2015 - and potentially in the months to follow.
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.
Liontrust has reported a £7m net outflow for the three months to 30 June as an uncertain period for investors temporarily pushed down assets under management.
Eclectica Absolute Macro manager Hugh Hendry has said the UK government's decision to introduce a 'national living wage' lends credence to his investment thesis that politicians realise they must now reward workers in order to boost growth.
Holders of Aviva Investors' £159m Asia Pacific Property product face a 12-24 month wait to exit, Investment Week can reveal, after the firm suspended the fund due to redemption requests.