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Gundlach brands Fed hike plans a 'suicide mission'

Bond market veteran wary of weaker dollar amid slowing growth and limited opportunities.

CEO shift: what next for Syz AM and where its key assets lie

In the wake of Katia Coudray's shock departure, Citywire Selector looks into the Geneva group's current focus.

Loomis Sayles overhauls $58bn equity unit

Boston-based shop revamps equity team, cutting core and value strategies but placing a renewed focus on emerging markets.

The 10 biggest fund industry moves in April

All the manager and selector switches you need to know about from the past month.

Carmignac ups Facebook stake in €20bn Patrimoine fund

VIDEO: David Older reveals how the French firm upped exposure following security shock.

The fund managers with the biggest Q1 inflows

VIDEO: Citywire Investment Research runs the rule over the fund managers attracting the most net inflows over Q1.

UBS AM's co-head of investment solutions to exit

Co-head of specialist department set to depart Swiss group in May.

Bond giant Gundlach says short Facebook

DoubleLine chief says investors should not take compliance breaches lying down.