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Nintendo has helped power the Lindsell Train Investment Trust’s returns in the fourth quarter after rising by 16% in October alone.

The newly appointed manager of the Foreign & Colonial trust talks about his plans for UK's oldest investment company.

One fund that has surprised me by doing very well this year is Fidelity China Special Situations.

The FTSE 100 regains 1% but stock markets remain obsessed with the falling oil price and its impact on Russia which has raised interest rates to prevent a currency crisis. 

The £790 million Fidelity European Values trust has adapted its investment policy to enable manager Sam Morse to hold up to 20% in UK stocks.

Harwood also plans to build on the Discovery name with further launches in time.

Falling oil price and a Japanese election have gottent returns back on track for Steve Russell and Hamish Baillie.

Henderson Income ace James Henderson has snapped up Tesco shares, saying the supermarket's recovery may not take as long as people think.

While investment trusts assets were up £13 billion as at the end of November, although inflows and fund raising have not quite 2013's level just yet.

If you can look past the danger that companies you own may be appropriated by the state, Russia is struggling with other considerable problems – sanctions and oil prices.