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Chancellor George Osborne has warned the UK economy is particularly exposed to Asian markets, saying the drop in the FTSE index proves the country is “not immune” to the crisis in Asia.
Square Mile Investment Consulting and Research has followed an industry-wide trend by including ratings for open-ended passive funds into its Academy of Funds.
As the FTSE 100 dips below the 6,000 mark for the first time in over two years and panic-selling takes hold of global markets, fund managers and economists give their response.
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Friends Life is planning to transfer £24bn worth of segregated mandates from AXA Investment Managers to Aviva Investors, following its takeover by the latter's parent company at the end of last year.
Standard Life Investments' Global Absolute Return Strategies fund has suffered its first quarterly loss since mid-2013 in the three months to 30 June after it was caught up in the market volatility seen in the second quarter.
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BlackRock veteran Richard Plackett, former head of the UK Small and Mid Cap equities team and co-manager of the £1.4bn Special Situations fund, is to retire from fund management after a quarter of a century, Professional Adviser sister title Investment Week can reveal.
UK equity managers are the biggest winners in the latest bi-annual rebalancing of FE Trustnet's Crown Ratings, with 51 funds gaining the top accolade of five crowns.
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