News by: Gavin Lumsden
An 11% slump in Brent crude oil is the eye-catcher leaping out of our Accumulator stock market data table this week.
Airline shares rise but energy stocks fall as the oil price tumbles below $75 a barrel following the Opec meeting in Vienna.
Miton Group blames the departures of fund managers Bill Mott and Martin Gray for a fall in assets under management.
The Football Talent Fund backed by former England and Tottenham Hotspur manager Terry Venables is in trouble with regulators in the Caribbean.
Fund manager Neil Woodford has snapped up shares in Northwest Biotherapeutics. We speak to the boss of the US firm on her hopes.
Buying Friends Life, a small, weaker UK rival, could help Aviva improve its dividend. But are the insurer's shareholders paying too much?
Perpetual Income & Growth, the best of Mark Barnett's three big investment trusts, has saved shareholders a lot of money, but is it enough?
Curtis Freeze, the Hawaii-based manager of a Guernsey-based investment company, plans a raid on corporate Japan.
Markets rally on the latest hint of action from European Central Bank president Mario Draghi. Profit taking hits Easyjet shares.
Rob Terry leaves the claims processor after controversial share dealings angered investors, including fund managers Fidelity and Miton.
Gavin Lumsden reports on the latest investment in his Top Trust portfolio. This video was recorded last week before today's news from Japan.
The huge fines imposed on banks for currency manipulation point to a wider scandal affecting investors in funds and pensions.
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined five banks a record £1.1 billion for manipulating currency and foreign exchange markets.
What the chancellor's decision to repay some First World War debt tells you about UK government bonds, or 'gilts'.
Collapse of Danish ship fuel supplier OW Bunker dents Tim Stevenson’s Henderson Eurotrust.
Half-year results illustrate how focused this leading global fund is on technology as an investment theme.
Smaller company star to run the new River and Mercantile UK Micro Cap Investment Company that will be capped at £100 million.
Find out which trusts can protect your capital in troubled times.