Half-year results for Woodford Patient Capital Trust confirm its recovery from a poor 2016 with the fund manager saying the £860 million portfolio is in good shape.
Japan is back in favour with investors. Atlantis Japan Growth and Fidelity Japanese Values hope they can seize the opportunity.
Board of good performing trust left in a quandary as its discount control policy prompts 59% of shareholders to seek an exit in a tender offer.
Ground Rents Income Fund shares rally after company says it does not hold any of the perpetually doubling leases the government wants to ban.
Ruffer Investment Company sets its sights on growing by a third to £500 million, believing it can attract more investors with its successful record of capital preservation.
Aberdeen Emerging Markets hopes double whammy of a cut in management fees and commencement of dividends will help re-rate its shares.
Peter Hewitt, investment trust picker for F&C Managed Portfolio, reveals the closed end funds that stood out in a turbulent but positive year.
Investors' sudden enthusiasm for Europe after years doubting the Continent's prospects has perked up shares in Fidelity European Values.
We spot an opening in popular FTSE 100-listed global fund as its shares weaken and shed much of their premium.
Law Debenture fund manager cautions that a spike in valuations shows the stock market's bull run cannot last indefinitely.