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Baillie Gifford's Mileva: Hargreaves Lansdown needs to 'grow up'

Baillie Gifford's Mileva: Hargreaves Lansdown needs to 'grow up'

Hargreaves Lansdown (HL) needs to "grow up" and "be more mature" with processes around compiling its Wealth 50 list of best-buy investments, according to its investor Baillie Gifford's Milena Mileva.

The three best-performing sectors trading on double-digit discounts

The three best-performing sectors trading on double-digit discounts

European equity investment trusts appear to be some of the most heavily discounted, yet best-performing areas of the closed-ended market over five years, research shows.

US and emerging market equities: The race to the top

US and emerging market equities: The race to the top

Fed Funds Futures suggest the likelihood is that Jerome Powell, chair of the US Federal Reserve, will cut interest rates later this month, for a third time this year.

Woodford Patient Capital hit by revaluations to two holdings

Woodford Patient Capital hit by revaluations to two holdings

Link Fund Solutions has notified the board of Woodford Patient Capital that it has written down the value of IH Holdings (Industrial Heat) by 5p per share.

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Why you don’t have to be in developed markets to find quality

Alpha Manager Alistair Thompson says there are some good companies to be found in the Asia Pacific region for investors willing to look further afield for quality.

Five small equity funds that are punching above their weight for adviser research

Trustnet finds a number of top-rated funds that are small in size but are being researched more heavily than their bigger rivals.

The Japanese sectors with no interest in making money for shareholders

Richard Aston of the CC Japan Income & Growth Trust says large parts of the Japanese market prioritise the country’s independence and international security over paying dividends.