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Bankers investment trust manager Alex Crooke says faltering UK dividends underline need for income investors to go global.
Woodford Investment Management scraps staff bonuses, arguing they do little to boost performance, moving staff to fixed salaries.
Founder of Elliott Management, the hedge fund investment trust activist, says global bond market is 'broken' and will explode.
Annabel Brodie-Smith looks at student debt and how investment companies can have a role to play in building a long-term nest egg.
Following the Bank of England’s interest rate cut, David Prosser discusses where income seeking investors could be looking.
Investment trusts are attractive for pensioners looking to generate retirement income, says chartered financial planner Neil Mumford.
Managers comment on the outlook for Brazil.
Latest research from AIC demonstrates that adviser and wealth manager purchases of investment companies via platforms were £131m in Q1 2016, down 2% from Q1 2015 (£133.3m).
The AIC has published its rankings for the top 20 most viewed member investment companies on its website for the first half of 2016.
The Daily Telegraph