The feted Anthony Bolton, manager of the £700 million Fidelity China Special Situations fund, has confirmed that he will retire in April 2014.
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James Barstow, manager of the Aurora Investment Trust, has accepted that his fund has disappointed over the past year but expressed confidence that his portfolio of turnaround stocks will fulfil their potential in the months ahead.
Hugh Young’s Aberdeen All Asia investment trust has recognised that it missed out on several growth opportunities over the past year, but still managed to beat the broader market comfortably.
The UK’s third largest supermarket, Sainsbury’s (LON:SBRY), has been tipped to claim second place in 2014 after revealing a rising market share and a 34th consecutive quarter of sales growth.
The price of gold is today so high that it has disconnected with inflation and outrun the price of equities, meaning investors risk being 'fleeced' by the precious metal, according to the chief investment officer of Argonaut Capital Partners, Barry Norris.
The reversal of substantial gains in share prices does not represent an immediate buying opportunity, an analyst has cautioned.
Fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown has defended the independence of its research following revelations of its more aggressive approach towards negotiating with fund groups.
A hedge fund has bet that aerospace conglomerate EADS (EPA:EAD) will soar after a major trade show next week.
Investment firm Charles Stanley has revealed that pre-tax profits increased 7 per cent to £9.1 million in the 12 months to 31 March, but it saw post-tax profits dip as a result of a £1.9 million Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) levy.
The £200 million Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust has introduced several new internet businesses to its portfolio, tipping them to complement existing information technology holdings rather than create a concentration risk.
A long struggling fund has been tipped to deliver a double-digit return whether or not its performance improves, a team of analysts has argued.
A highly successful fund manager focused on biotechnology groups has revealed his expectations for which firms will profit from the next generation of market-leading treatments.
Shares in British water company Severn Trent (LON:SVT) fell 5.8 per cent to £19.50 on Monday, more than any other FTSE 100 company, after Longriver Consortium threatened to pull its takeover bid.