Polar Capital Holdings has appointed Gavin Rochussen to its board to succeed Tim Woolley as chief executive.
PIMCO has launched an environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment platform alongside a new ESG bond fund.
Despite a busier than usual Christmas delivery season, Royal Mail’s share price slumped to 6.4% to 420.7p Thursday morning, as investors continued to fret about its flagging letters business.
Bank of New York Mellon Investment Management has announced the launch of a new US equity income fund for the UK market.
Woodford Investment Management has pointed the finger at outsourcing company Capita in a note to investors.
Neuberger Berman has launched the Global Opportunistic Bond Fund.
BlackRock’s Ben Edwards thinks “2017 is shaping up to look a lot like 2016” for bond markets as uncontrolled dollar strength, diverging regional economic paths and continued political risk keep volatility alive.
Shares in Pearson plunged 26.8% to 591.8p on Wednesday as the publisher revealed its higher education business has “declined further and faster than expected in 2016.”
A return to the value style is gaining traction but, with a host of continental elections on the horizon, European banks may be cheap for a reason
Leeds-based wealth firm Progeny Group, is aiming to expand rapidly this year and challenge the “big boys” of the investment industry, according managing director Neil Moles.
Legal and General Investment Management has announced the launch of a new index fund which tracks UK mid-caps.
According to Psigma Investment Management CIO Thomas Becket, under President Trump we could get a version of Dante Alighieri’s Inferno, Purgatorio or Paradiso. The question is, which one?
Miton Group's assets under management finished the year up to £2.9bn from £2.7bn the year before, despite the loss of two of its highest profile fund managers last year.
Inflation in the United Kingdom economy climbed to 1.6% on an annualised basis in December, up significantly from 1.2% in November.
Psigma Investment Management head of investment strategy Rory McPherson is advocating contrarian equities plays, emerging markets growth stocks and US high yield credit as we enter the era of ‘Trumponomics.’
In line with its “contrarian” principles, Coutts’ latest investment outlook has revealed it will favour sterling in 2017, claiming concerns about the pound are overplayed.
Rio Tinto reported solid production results for the fourth quarter and full year 2016, boosting expectations that the firm could reward investors in 2017.
Standard Life Investments’ has upped exposure to US equities in its MyFolio multi-manager range, adding two funds with fresh takes on the growth/value debate.
The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its growth forecast for the United Kingdom to 1.5% in 2017 from the 1.1% it was previously forecasting, despite the imminent start of Brexit talks.
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