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Bank shares fall as Brazil investigates suspected foreign exchange manipulation. Europe's markets nervously await Greece's referendum.
Paul Niven, manager of Foreign & Colonial, tackles the question many investors ask about big discounts on private equity investment trusts.
Government bond manager Mike Riddell ends a 12-year stint with M&G Investments, prompting a reshuffle of its fixed interest team.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Kier Group and BBA Aviation.
Citywire A-rated Hideo Shiozumi believes Abenomics is finally forcing Japan's companies to become more shareholder-friendly.
BP shares jump 4.5% after the oil giant announces a comprehensive settlement with the US government over the Gulf of Mexico disaster.
Andrew Bell has revived Witan investment trust by quitting index tracking funds and using active fund managers instead.
More younger people are investing in the stock market in a bid to build a house deposit and get their feet on the housing ladder.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Shawbrook and Topps Tiles.
Stock markets rebound as Greece's prime minister says he will accept most of Europe's bailout terms and the US publishes good jobs figures.
James Clunie of Jupiter Asset Management thinks China may devalue the renminbi, a massive move that would rock stock markets.
This has been a busy year for investment trust launches. James Carthew looks at some of the new offerings that haven't received the fanfare afforded to Woodford Patient Capital.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary of stocks, including Halfords and Direct Line.
Fears of the damage a Greek euro exit could cause saw the FTSE 100 fall, although there was good news on the UK economy.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary of stocks, including ITV and STV Group.
Frontier markets have streaked ahead of emerging markets in recent years. What's driving the superior returns and can they last?
The Greek debt crisis is urgent but containable, we're told. But if risk is back 'on' after this weekend, perhaps investors have bigger worries?
The Dow Jones follows the FTSE 100 into the red after a Europe-wide sell-off prompted by Greece shutting its banks and stockmarket.
Old Mutual's Richard Buxton believes a Conservative government will favour UK investors while the threat of a UK exit from the European Union will not happen.
Changing government subsidies don't hurt renewable energy investment companies, although the high-income funds face other issues.
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