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The price cuts Hargreaves Lansdown has negotiated for its Wealth 150 'Plus' funds show the investment industry has a lot to change.
Hargreaves Lansdown opens a new phase in the fund supermarket price war by naming 39 funds where it has negotiated lower annual charges.
We reveal stocks that shrewd fund managers have been buying, as well as a couple that have been fallen out of favour.
Market volatility at the start of this year has led to investor nervousness but has this opened up some interesting opportunities?
Aberdeen's Asia veteran says he is backing Indonesian companies over Chinese and believes value opportunities in Asia are on the rise.
The Citywire AA-rated co-manager of Artemis Income explains why he bought Rio Tinto and Glencore, his first mining stocks in a decade.
Fund manager Mike Prentis explains why he recycled profits from super stock Ashtead into Brewin Dolphin, the private client stock broker.
World's third largest mobile firm will pay £15 billion in cash and £37 billion in shares to investors next month. Where will it all go?
The Ruffer managers have continued to take profit from Japan as their defensive stance, which weighed on performance last year, protected them from Janaury's sell-off.
New fund will replicate Woodford's current Invesco Perpetual Income fund.
Schroders' manager upped cash weighting last month to 30% over fears market surge could end suddenly
After a tough period for environmental stocks, Impax should be back on investors' radar.
Total number of funds will go from 10 to six as part of ongoing integration of two companies.
Ron Tabbouche discloses the five themes he's planning will improve recent performance of the £2.3 billion RIT Capital investment trust.
Unicorn UK Income ranked top fund for dividend income in 'White List'. Meanwhile, only one income fund is ranked a 'dog'.
I may be optimistic about the outlook for emerging markets, but let's not get carried away.
F&C fund of fund managers Robert Burdett and Gary Potter take profits in the US and reinvest into knocked down Asian shares.
See the eclectic and high risk mix of funds and shares seven Citywire journalists and columnists have picked for the year ahead.