Group overhauls funds’ asset allocations, almost doubling exposure to global equities
JPMorgan’s Natural Resources manager warns against piling back into gold equities on recent price strength.
New performance data shows a possible resurgence could happen this year.
BlackRock’s natural resources manager steps down from managing his investment trust and open-ended funds.
Discretionary manager warns there is no theoretical floor in the price of gold.
Manager ramps up exposure to gold on multi-manager funds in bid to hedge against volatility.
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Jan 08, 2014
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Dec 12, 2013
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Dec 11, 2013
Energy head Jonathan Blake has left the group and will be replaced by Duncan Goodwin on his underperforming resources fund.
Dec 04, 2013
The decline in the price of gold could experience further acceleration as mining firms sell off reserves to guarantee a “known profit”, Philip...