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News & Research

Yields are at historic lows but bonds aren’t going to crash, says Spreadbury

By Alex Paget | 17:00 | 28-Jul-2016

Fidelity’s bond guru warns that while his asset class looks expensive, a crash in bonds is out of the question at this point in time.

Newton's Clay: Investors have to look beyond the UK's "unsustainable" dividend market

16:15 | 28-Jul-2016

Newton’s Nick Clay explains why looking beyond the UK may make sense for income investors over the long term, particularly given recent political events.

The funds hit the hardest from holding bombed-out housebuilders

13:00 | 28-Jul-2016

FE Trustnet pulls up the Investment Association funds that hold at least one of the major blue-chip UK housebuilders in their list of top 10 stocks and looks at how this has ...

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The UK equity income funds that’ve consistently offered the lowest yields

26 Jul, 2016 at 07:00

Following on from an article last week, FE Trustnet highlights the UK equity income funds that have yielded less than the sector average in each of the past 15 quarters.

The UK equity income funds that’ve consistently offered the highest yields

21 Jul, 2016 at 07:00

FE Trustnet highlights the UK equity income funds that have offered the most consistently high yields over recent years and analyses whether it has affected their overall income pay-outs.

The safest of havens? What holding gold has really done for your portfolio

By Gary Jackson on 20 Jul, 2016 at 10:30

FE Trustnet goes under the bonnet of a typical balanced portfolio to show what an additional 10 per cent in the safe haven metal would have meant over the past decade.

GDP rises in Q2 – The experts’ reaction to surprise UK growth

17:00 | 27-Jul-2016

The UK economy grew by more than many had predicted in the second quarter of the year. Here are the reactions from leading industry commentators on what investors can draw from this.

Is now the time to buy this rallying emerging market?

15:00 | 27-Jul-2016

Brazilian equities have returned almost 80 per cent this year, but manager of the Neptune Latin America fund Thomas Smith believes the asset class has only just got going.

Leading Investments

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FE Alpha Managers

Rank Manager name 5y (%)
1 Nick Train 125.3
2 Mark Martin 103.2
3 Oliver Kelton 99.5
4 Alex Wright 98.2
5 Clyde Rossouw 92.9


Currency vs; GBP USD EUR
British Pound (GBP)   1.0000 1.3178 1.1904
US Dollar (USD)   0.7589 1.0000 0.9033
Euro (EUR)   0.8400 1.1070 1.0000
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