Franklin Templeton to tighten fund liquidation threshold
US asset management giant eyes new guidelines for when sub-funds become no longer viable, Citywire Selector has learned.
Jupiter's Bezalel shorts German bunds
Citywire A-rated manager says rising government bond yield could signal the start of a sell-off in the market.
Nordea AM chief quits to join giant pension fund
Investment firm announces temporary replacement as senior staff member ends 16-year stint with the company.
Chai House Chat: not all banks have learned post-crisis lessons
VIDEO: CRUX Asset Management's James Milne explains why certain banks are performing better than others.
Trump win would be positive for oil industry, says A-rated manager
Ashburton’s Richard Robinson says Trump would oppose measures to allow Iran back into the fold and force prices higher.
Multi-asset chief: Italian vote could create 2011-style instability
David Vickers believes the December referendum is a bigger concern than the US election and markets are struggling to price it in
Henderson’s Bennett says ‘dislikeable’ Europe can rebound
The head of European equity says the market can play catch-up after falling out of favour with international asset allocators.
Sector showdown: top China equity managers over five years
Citywire Selector reveals the top performing managers in a country that has suffered from debt problems and volatility.
Boutique to launch market neutral strategy for AA-rated duo
Luxembourg-based Zadig Gestion announces second Ucits-compliant fund as part of expansion of fund range.
Overnight Markets: US stocks down amid earnings reports
Comcast was among the top drags on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, falling 1.9% after Barclays and Deutsche Bank cut their price targets.