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Standard Life UK Smaller Companies adds ‘growth’ (and 'abrdn') to its name as fund managers Harry Nimmo and Abby Glennie believe stock markets have fully swung in their favour after the vaccine rally.
The easing of market volatility has hit trading at investment platforms, which have stymied gains on the FTSE 100 and mid-cap index this morning.
Standard Life Investments Property Income buys nearly 1,500 hectares in Scotland’s Cairngorm national park in a bold carbon offset transaction.
Investors worried by climate change and rising inflation are being offered a chance to combat both with the launch of the Foresight Sustainable Forestry Company.
The software company's shares have surged by more than a third after it confirmed it is in talks with both TPG Capital and Vista Equity Partners.
The Edinburgh firm's private equity trust delivers another strong six months, with eco footwear business Allbirds' plan to list providing a fresh boost.
The FTSE 100 climbed this morning as Japan and China pledged more stimulus but Dechra Pharmaceuticals pulled the mid-caps lower.
London-based discretionary fund manager Waverton plans to launch its first investment trust, The Endowment Fund, on the back of an existing listed fund.
The main market was steady ahead of US jobs numbers despite Melrose swinging to a profit, but the mid-caps struggled as CMC Markets issued a profit warning.
SDCL Energy Efficiency Income (SEIT) poised to hit £1bn less than three years after launch with a £175m share issue for both private and institutional investors.