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Why Guinness designed two global funds to sit alongside each other

By Daniel Lanyon | 13:30 | 27-Apr-2015

In the first article in a series, we look at two funds run by the same team – this time in the global sector – that can be held together over the longer term, giving investors the opportunity to alter their view on market.

The trusts that have lost you the least money over 10 years

10:00 | 27-Apr-2015

Using data from FE Analytics, FE Trustnet looks across all of the mainstream AIC sectors to see which closed-ended funds have had the lowest maximum drawdowns over the past ...

Why Ruffer thinks your core UK Equity Income fund could crash

07:00 | 27-Apr-2015

Tobacco, utilities and consumer goods are typically seen as defensive sectors that protect investors on the downside, but Steve Russell thinks they could lead the next severe ...

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Global Emerging Markets

The battered emerging markets Jupiter’s Teverson is backing

By Daniel Lanyon on 03 Apr, 2015 at 16:30

Jupiter’s Ross Teverson reveals why Brazil, Russia, India and China are still throwing up opportunities for him despite headline concerns, with one ‘beleaguered’ country in particular showing good ...

The factors driving the Indian market’s revival

03 Apr, 2015 at 07:00

Many investors have flocked to India over the past year, but why might they have become convinced that the emerging market giant will not disappoint them again this time around?

India has a strong year – but there’s still plenty to be cheerful about

02 Apr, 2015 at 15:00

Jupiter’s Avinash Vazirani explains why in his view Indian stocks and shares could still move forwards, despite their recent strong gains over the past 12 months.

“Stop tinkering and scrap legislation”: How to solve the pension crisis

14:00 | 25-Apr-2015

Following on from last week’s election feature, a panel of leading financial experts focus their attention on the UK pension system and what needs to be changed.

What funds should you buy for a bear market in bonds?

07:00 | 25-Apr-2015

Given his very bearish views on the current fixed income market, iBoss’s Chris Metcalfe highlights the funds he is using to protect his investors against the “inevitable” rising yield ...

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FTSE 100 7117.12 46.42 0.66
Previous close 7070.70
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FE Alpha Managers

Rank Manager name 5y (%)
1 Alex Wright 178.3
2 Mark Martin 156.5
3 Simon Knott 146.4
4 Douglas Brodie 142.2
5 Philip Rodrigs 139.8


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British Pound (GBP)   1.0000 1.5178 1.3982
US Dollar (USD)   0.6589 1.0000 0.9212
Euro (EUR)   0.7152 1.0855 1.0000
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