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Mrs Train helped UK equity income fund manager maintain his confidence during the pandemic and he continues to look forward to a Roaring Twenties.
BH Global and BH Macro bow to fund manager’s demand for investors to vote on doubling its fee. But row see Macro’s chair Colin Maltby suddenly retire and some investors press for an exit.
Hargreaves Lansdown was the biggest blue chip loser this morning as co-founder Peter Hargreaves offloaded 18 million shares worth £300m.
The managers of the popular Baillie Gifford Positive Change fund have taken a different stance to colleagues at the Edinburgh investment partnership.
Popular investment trusts investing in equities, or shares, issued a record £3.2bn of new shares last year. An updated Gavatar looks at how that fits in with their ‘closed-end’ structure.
The FTSE 100 added another day of gains as mining stocks tracked commodity prices higher and Glencore provided cheer for shareholders.
The country's NIkkei index closed above 31,000 on Monday for the first time since 1990, underlining the strength of the Japanese recovery from the pandemic.
Global income trust extends its unbroken stretch of annual dividend rises to 41 years after suffering only a small fall in investment income last year.
The FTSE 100 added another day of gains as mining stocks tracked commodity prices higher and Glencore provided cheer for shareholders.
There has been more than one way tap value in Japan's strongly performing stock market.