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James Anderson, the formidable former co-manager of Scottish Mortgage who is about to leave Baillie Gifford after 40 years, is unlikely to be quickly forgotten by his European team colleagues.
UK equities rallied this morning as Wall Street ended higher overnight on Elon Musk’s bid for Twitter and confirmation that the Chinese central bank will prop up its economy amid fresh Covid-19 disruption.
Contrarian Asia smaller companies fund manager Nitin Bajaj eyes further opportunities in China after upping borrowing to a seven-year high on Fidelity Asian Values investment trust.
UK shares tumble as global selloff reaches Europe, with commodity names leading the decline and private equity, China and smaller company investment trusts also retreating.
Weiss Korea Opportunities hunts out the best bargains on the Korean stock market by investing in non-voting preference shares that are up to half the price of shares with voting rights.
One of the more unusual new investment companies coming to the market last year was Petershill Partners, a Goldman Sachs spin-off investing in alternative asset managers.
UK equities were weak this morning after a turbulent night on Wall Street caused by increasingly hawkish comments from the US Federal Reserve and worse than expected falls in UK retail sales.
Shocked Baillie Gifford US fund managers Kirsty Gibson and Gary Robinson are considering whether to follow star hedgie Bill Ackman out the door at Netflix.
The main market steadies despite tumbling commodity stocks as a raft of corporate updates and stabilising oil prices cheer investors. NewRiver Reit jumps on hopes of a return of capital.
The Pershing Square investor dumped his $1.1bn stake on Wednesday for a hefty loss after the streaming service disclosed subscriber numbers unexpectedly fell.