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News & Research

Should investors finally throw in the towel on UK banks?

By Lauren Mason | 16:00 | 25-Oct-2016

In the lead-up to the reporting season for UK banks, CMC Markets UK’s Michael Hewson gives a rundown on the ‘big three’ domestic stocks in the UK banking sector.

How looking a ESG can help all investors, not just ethical ones

14:00 | 25-Oct-2016

Schroders' Simon Adler explains why considering environmental, social and governance factors can give investors a greater understanding of businesses.

Square Mile’s funds to dodge US election uncertainty

11:00 | 25-Oct-2016

With one of the US’ most controversial presidential elections on the horizon, Square Mile’s John Monaghan highlights three funds that could offset the volatility that might ...

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Psigma: Why we’ve gone defensive after a ‘once in a cycle’ opportunity

21 Oct, 2016 at 11:00

Rising risks and excessive valuations have led Psigma Investment Management to take some risk out of its portfolios, as it thinks a more defensive stance is warranted from here.

The top-performing UK equity income funds that haven’t been wrong-footed by 2016

20 Oct, 2016 at 11:00

With 2016 proving to be a difficult year for active managers, FE Trustnet finds out if any previously top-performing funds are beating the FTSE All Share over the year to date.

Five top-performing UK funds that haven’t been wrong-footed by 2016

By Gary Jackson on 12 Oct, 2016 at 17:00

The average active UK manager has struggled to beat the market in 2016 but a number of funds have been able to continue their strong run of recent years.

Are many portfolios becoming too diversified?

15:00 | 24-Oct-2016

In the first of two articles, Lazard Asset Management’s Martin Flood explains why investors might have started to suffer from ‘over-diversification’.

“The good times are over”: Four things investors need to watch in the bond bubble

13:00 | 24-Oct-2016

Columbia Threadneedle Investments’ Jim Cielinski offers some insight into how the bubble playing out in bond markets will at some point start to deflate or even burst.

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FE Alpha Managers

Rank Manager name 5y (%)
1 Nick Train 183.5
2 Richard Watts 171.5
3 Alex Wright 150.3
4 Daniel Nickols 144.3
5 Mark Martin 143.7


Currency vs; GBP USD EUR
British Pound (GBP)   1.0000 1.2222 1.1230
US Dollar (USD)   0.8182 1.0000 0.9189
Euro (EUR)   0.8904 1.0883 1.0000
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