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- Oriel: strong dollar could make US trusts attractive
- FTSE pegged back as Scottish vote nears
- M&G's Woolnough: don’t worry about bond liquidity or Europe
- Sherborne: we could boost Electra shares by £1bn
- The Expert View: Asos, Thomas Cook and Reckitt Benckiser
- Overnight Markets: US stocks climb on energy rally
- Wednesday Papers: Polls put No camp’s lead at four points
- Jourdan: why Scotland should have had two votes
- Generation Y feels the pinch: under-30s hit hardest by inflation
- Scotland may have to give tax breaks to wealthy 'non doms'
- Investing in Banks - is it pointless?
- Gamble on the Referendum
- Uncharted territory
- money advice for my mother
- Why people tend to stick in the social and economic class in which they are born
- W M MORRISONS supermarkets. div/yield 7.48% can they hold it or even improve it as suggested,?
- Brokers ??
- ISA Transfer Speed
- AUTUMN SUGGESTED CORRECTION 2014
- Uranium in my cranium.
- Holding Tesco - Should I Sell?
- Xaar shares
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: Scottish threat to my stocks
- Michael Lipper: 7 signs a market slump is coming
- DIY Income Investor: why I've ventured into risky VCTs
- Watchdog warns investors over corporate bonds
- 'New' ISAs: tax-free savings get bigger and better
- How to read a fund fact sheet
- Top trusts for Russia and emerging Europe
- Know the Score: Citywire's World Cup betting tips
- DIY Income Investor: time to take some bond profits
- Three lessons the World Cup can teach investors
Hugh Young is tilting the Aberdeen Asian Income investment trust away from high yield shares in anticipation of the US ending quantitative easing or money printing.
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