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Small AIM-listed Asia debt fund is struggling to find out what has happened to its second largest investment, a convertible bond in high-end restaurant chain Fook Lam Moon.
UPDATE: UK stock market wins back some of this morning's 2% drop as fears about fresh restrictions grow in response to the virulent spread of as the new coronavirus variant.
UK equities fell this morning over fears the latest Covid-19 strain could force governments to bring back restrictions on a massive scale, with leisure, travel and commodity stocks all plunging.
Maiden half-year results show shipping fund is confident it can bring in a boat-load more gains after delivering a 24% share price rise since its flotation in May.
FTSE 100 investment giant looks to boost its environmental credentials by taking control of Greencoat UK Wind and Greencoat Renewables fund manager.
The world's largest asset manager becomes the latest fund house to turn positive on the country, citing corporate earnings upgrades and attractive valuations.
UK blue chips were down this morning as inflation hit a decade high of 5.1% while 'mid-cap' gains were held back by a slump in Cineworld after it lost a court battle.
There are signs that the events of 2000 could unfold again, with smaller technology stocks falling hard in the last year, says RWC value fund manager Ian Lance.
Under-pressure 6%-yielding UK equity income trust can look to its continuation vote in February with more relish after strong rebound from the pandemic crash.
UK stocks rose on Tuesday morning as the latest jobs data showed a tick down in unemployment despite the end of furlough.