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Martin: Investors need to be mindful of Brexit but there could be a buying opportunity soon

By Daniel Lanyon | 14:00 | 13-Feb-2016

Neptune’s Mark Martin reveals why he has started to pay attention to the risk of a ‘yes’ vote in the looming referendum on whether the UK will exit the European Union.

THS Partners: “There’s no end of reasons to be cheerful”

07:00 | 13-Feb-2016

Fund managers Cato Stonex and Ali Miremadi tell FE Trustnet why recent market volatility is unlikely to indicate economic turmoil and instead is presenting exciting buying ...

Bullishness, Boyd-Bowman and blue-chips: Our best stories this week

16:30 | 12-Feb-2016

In this week’s round-up, we take a look at our favourite articles including a study on how diversified your global fund really is and the results on how bullish FE Trustnet ...

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The future of OMGI’s Generation range and the in-retirement funds market

By Gary Jackson on 28 Jan, 2016 at 16:30

Old Mutual Global Investors’ Anthony Gillham explains why a lack of products meeting the unique needs of in-retirement investors led it to a complete redesign of the firm’s Generation line of ...

How can investors know their money won’t run out in retirement?

25 Jan, 2016 at 16:30

Old Mutual Wealth’s Adrian Walker tells FE Trustnet how investors can make sure they won’t run out of money during retirement.

Three dilemmas every investor needs to address sooner rather than later

20 Jan, 2016 at 16:30

Adrian Walker, retirement planning expert at Old Mutual Wealth, highlights three predicaments that investors often get themselves into by the time they come to retire and explains how best to avoid ...

Three global income funds actively avoiding the UK’s most popular dividend stocks

11:00 | 12-Feb-2016

FE Trustnet looks through the data to highlight three members of the IA Global Equity Income sector that not only largely avoid the UK, but also the most popularly held stocks in the IA UK Equity ...

Are global income managers really helping you diversify away from the UK?

07:00 | 12-Feb-2016

Investors are constantly being told to diversify their income stream away from the UK dividend paying market, but FE data suggests few global funds are actually helping their clients achieve that ...

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  Price Chg %Chg
FTSE 100 5707.60 170.63 3.08
Previous close 5536.97
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FE Alpha Managers

Rank Manager name 5y (%)
1 Nick Train 118.7
2 David Crawford 113.7
3 Mark Martin 110.8
4 Alex Wright 109.6
5 Chris St John 104.3


Currency vs; GBP USD EUR
British Pound (GBP)   1.0000 1.4478 1.2881
US Dollar (USD)   0.6907 1.0000 0.8897
Euro (EUR)   0.7763 1.1240 1.0000
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