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FE Alpha Manager Bezalel: Investors don’t need to fear the end of the bond bull run

By Ariel Bezalel | 16:00 | 08-Oct-2015

Despite talk of a ‘great normalisation’ of monetary policy, persistent deflationary pressures mean global interest rates are set to stay lower for longer, according to Jupiter’s Ariel Bezalel.

The funds chasing down a 20 per cent return since Black Monday

13:00 | 08-Oct-2015

It has been six weeks since the global sell-off but some markets and the specialist funds that invest in them have been charging ahead.

Five investment trusts to diversify your core income exposure

11:00 | 08-Oct-2015

With investors increasingly looking to include a wide range of income sources in their portfolios, Numis reveals its top investment trust picks from outside the UK ...

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The three questions investors should ask in the middle of a geopolitical shock

06 Oct, 2015 at 11:00

Columbia Threadneedle’s global CIO reveals the three questions he asks when deciding how to react to a geopolitical crisis and which risk is concerning him the most right now.

The investment trusts with the safest dividends

05 Oct, 2015 at 11:00

Using data from Numis, we examine investment trusts to see which have the most protection in place when it comes to income payouts.

The market has found itself in a “ridiculous state”, warns Bennett

By Alex Paget on 05 Oct, 2015 at 07:00

FE Alpha Manager John Bennett tells FE Trustnet how he will be positioning his portfolios given that central bankers are now trapped and the deflation bogeyman has “come home to roost”.

Pictet: The two equity markets to buy for the medium term

16:30 | 07-Oct-2015

Pictet’s top strategist Luca Paolini thinks while Europe and Japan funds have disappointed in recent months, they are still the best games in town.

The rally in small-cap funds is set to continue, says Franklin’s Bullas

15:00 | 07-Oct-2015

Small-cap funds have managed to protect investors from some of the worst market falls 2015 has had to offer, but Franklin Templeton’s Richard Bullas tells FE Trustnet that the rally won’t stop any ...

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  Price Chg %Chg
FTSE 100 6374.82 38.47 0.61
Previous close 6336.35
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FE Alpha Managers

Rank Manager name 5y (%)
1 Alex Wright 149.4
2 Mark Martin 141.3
3 Simon Knott 140.4
4 John MacDougall 139.7
5 Philip Rodrigs 127.6


Currency vs; GBP USD EUR
British Pound (GBP)   1.0000 1.5307 1.3595
US Dollar (USD)   0.6533 1.0000 0.8882
Euro (EUR)   0.7355 1.1259 1.0000
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