High-yielding Bluefield Solar Income beats dividend forecasts and declares intention to build new, non-subsidised solar power farms as the price of existing assets continues to soar.
London-listed, Berlin residential property investment company Phoenix Spree Deutschland prepares for 12 months of housing market ‘chaos’ after city imposes strict rent cap.
Good news for Jupiter European Opportunities shareholders as star fund manager Alexander Darwall agrees to scrap lucrative performance fee when he sets up on his own next month.
Company pension schemes are missing a trick not backing new, cheaper breed of private equity funds, says British Business Bank.
Association of Investment Companies says City regulator’s response to problem of open-ended funds holding hard-to-sell assets like property and unquoted companies is ‘inadequate and unfair’.
Stewart Investors appoints Tom Prew to run global smaller companies straggler after resignation of fund manager Ashish Swarup.
Woodford Patient Capital Trust continues to review position of Neil Woodford manager and talk to potential successors as Louise Makin, an ally of the fund manager, steps down from the board.
P2P Global Investments changes name, a move symbolising investor disenchantment with peer-to-peer lending but one that could pave way for trust's recovery.
Neil Woodford's investment trust hit by further write-down in three holdings before half-year results on Monday that will update investors on whether the fund manager will be sacked.
Manager of popular £1.6 billion UK equity income trust expects ‘big bounce’ in the stock marker whether UK leaves EU with a deal or not, and has topped up positions in builders in anticipation.