Property back in the black, but have lessons been learnt?
Some 12 months on from the carnage open-ended property funds experienced in the wake of the Brexit vote, investors seem to be returning to the sector once more.
Majority of active funds not ‘closet trackers’, says report
A clear majority of UK active equity funds are not closet trackers and should not be tarred with that brush by the regulator, new analysis of the UK fund market suggests.
ANALYSIS: Is it the right time to be piling into bonds?
Portfolio advisers have been looking at equity market valuations rather nervously for some time, tilting towards less risky assets, taking profits and holding more cash.
UK investors pile into bonds and sell down UK equities
Investors piled into the IA Sterling Strategic Bond sector in May, while UK equity funds experienced a net retail outflow of £479m ($642m, €566m), according to the latest IA statistics.