Seldom have we seen such a sharp difference between winners and losers in European real estate with warehouse yields now just below shopping centres.
Berlin residential property fund Phoenix Spree Deutschland records modest portfolio increase during lockdown and remains confident the city's tough new rental laws will fail.
Risk-averse Ruffer rejects tech stocks as the 'new defensive assets' and even trims gold as it positions the 31% portion of its portfolio in equities, or shares, for a broad rebound from the pandemic.
High-yielding European smaller companies trust commits to continue paying dividends from capital after fund manager Sam Cosh used the coronavirus crash to swoop on bargain, 'quality' stocks.
Less than a month after passing a continuation vote the troubled former SQN Asset Finance Income warns of further concerns over the portfolio's valuation.
Buy-to-let investment company proposes strategic review that could see the it wound up in an attempt to stop its £215m loan pool falling to a bid from M&G.
Analysts believe fund manager of Pollen Street Secured Lending could mount hostile bid after company's rejection of merger offer from Honeycomb trust as it waits for its preferred suitor to make a move.
The three listed commodity funds of New City Investment Managers are worth a look as rising gold, uranium and mining share prices swell their assets.
Leading shareholders in both heavily discounted debt funds said to support nil-premium merger under Pollen Street Capital.
Ben Lofthouse, global equity income fund manager at Janus Henderson, says investors need exposure to trends reshaping the world economy.