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Only people who have paid tax for 35 years should be allowed to take advantage of the government's pension reforms, says a retirement expert.
You could benefit from a Christmas windfall just by checking for old policies and savings.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Legal & General, Londonmetric Property and McBride.
And the North Sea oil industry is ‘close to collapse’ due to the plunging price of crude.
Technology shares posted the sharpest gains, boosted by a 10.2% rise in Oracle and a 5.2% advance in Accenture.
Last night's Federal Reserve policy statement was just what investors wanted to hear. Oil stocks fly and UK retail sales surge.
Games giant Nintendo has given the top performing Lindsell Train (LTI) investment trust a boost after a difficult year.
Barclays chief executive says the £500 million it set aside to settle allegations its traders rigged currency markets is not sufficient.
Daily Express owner and Channel 5 boss has reportedly secured a payment of over £10 million in a dispute with with Credit Suisse and fund group GLG.
The government undervalued Royal Mail by a relatively small amount in its flotation last year, says a former City minister.
Jonathan Waghorn of the Guinness Global Energy fund goes through his holdings that will do well if the oil price recovers in the second half of next year.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Diageo and Man Group.
Energy shares jumped after the US central bank said it would take a patient approach towards raising interest rates.
And the US Federal Reserve last night hinted that it will raise interest rates by the middle of next year.
Rising interest rates are bad news for most bond investors. We explain how funds investing in floating rate bonds could provide a defence.
The FTSE 100 made another late rally to close five points up after Russia's government intervened to shore up the rouble.
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