A parade of high profile managers has been chopped from the FE Alpha Manager list in its latest update, including Axa IM’s Nigel Thomas.
After asset prices went on a tear after 2009, wealthy investors seemed to reap all the benefits, as petrol and heating prices plummet, the poor might be getting a long-awaited break.
Although the claim is frequently repeated it is untrue that a debate about economic equality is underway.
The recent oil drop is reminiscent of events in the 1980s.
Emerging market politicians have finally woken up to the pressing need for reform, which could mean a reversal in their poor performance over the past few years.
The US has acted ‘like Richard III’ in its treatment of government-sponsored entities and led to rebellion
The strength of government bond markets has surprised many this year.
As it approaches its next phase of thematic review, the FCA has discovered that many firms’ approach to disclosure was “going into a restaurant and being asked to order without being allowed to see the menu or the price list”.
The Architas Multi-Asset Active Intermediate Income fund beat its benchmark last year by being “less wrong” on the duration trade, manager Caspar Rock says.
The Autumn Statement has closed off the final loophole enabling investment in subsidised renewables within a tax shelter like EIS or VCT.
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‘Just delivering a dividend is not enough, I want excitement,’ says S&W’s UK Equity Income Trust manager
The Schroders pan-European equity manager on making funds his own empires and showing a flair for enterprise.