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The managers of the JPMorgan Asian Investment Trust have increased their exposure to China’s banking and property sectors amid wider concerns for the two industries.
Thomas Moore, manager of the Standard Life Equity Income Trust, has confirmed that he has recently exited a commodities giant and bought into two media groups.
John Greenwood, chief economist at Invesco Perpetual, has argued that a Eurozone crisis is the most likely factor to curtail rallying markets.
Profits at low-cost airline Ryanir (LON:RYA) rose 13 per cent to a record breaking €569 million (£481 million) in the twelve months to 31 March 2013, despite rising operating costs.
We see some attractive value opportunities developing in the US. Although most often this space is dedicated to shorter-term, tactical moves, we suggest even longer-term investors use this opportunity to make sure their broad equity portfolio is appropriately diversified.
Boussard & Gavaudan, a hedge fund with almost £500 million of assets under management, has revealed the equity positions that have paid off for it so far this year – and those that have not.
A former star fund manager at BlackRock has been arrested and questioned in connection with an investigation in to insider dealing.
Newton’s Nick Clay has accused governments of trying to ease their debt burdens through inflation rather than dealing with the fundamental problems.
The market for bonds issued by household brands is set to rise from £90 million to £1billion this year, Capita Registrars have claimed.