Restructure across all asset classes
Shanghai index down 7% on Monday
Manager Nathan Gibbs to relocate to London
Fund to close on 14 January
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The announcement by Stewart Investors that Angus Tulloch and Jonathan Asante are stepping down from a number of funds will have unsettled investors, perhaps far more than any other high profile manager moves of the past.
Eclectica Asset Management's Hugh Hendry has tried to calm investor fears of a market crash, arguing recent turmoil has remained contained in "a curious way".
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Standard Life Investments (SLI) has confirmed it is set to merge away 11 former Ignis mandates which duplicate existing SLI strategies.
Economist Nouriel Roubini has dismissed the market's reaction to the falls in the Chinese stock market as an overreaction.
World stockmarkets rallied on Friday, reversing many of the losses suffered on 'Black Monday' when fears over China's economy spooked investors across the globe.
Equity manager Neil Woodford has told investors he had been anticipating the recent dramatic market volatility in China for more than a year.
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Multi-asset managers have started reinvesting their high cash positions, with many topping up European exposure as Greece finally reaches a new deal with its creditors.
The bond market faces "strong headwinds" for some time as summer volatility returns and markets anticipate interest rate hikes, according to Invesco Perpetual's fixed income team.
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European markets are down but stable in early trading after the Greek people voted against further austerity, with the UK's leading index hit least hard.
Emerging markets funds have been hit by the biggest level of outflows in seven years, as issues including MSCI stalling on adding Chinese A-shares to its benchmarks weighed on sentiment.
Schroders has expanded its range with the launch of an emerging markets multi-asset income fund.
HSBC has confirmed it is planning to cut up to 25,000 jobs, including up to 8,000 posts in the UK, to target annual savings of up to $5bn (£3.3.bn).
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