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And Warren Buffett has warned that stock prices will appear expensive if interest rates increase from their current ultra-low levels.
And shares in Lloyds Banking Group leapt after it surprised the market by saying that it would beat expectations for profit margins.
Our weekly look at investment trust share prices shows which closed-end funds look cheap and which expensive.
Whichever government emerges from the general election, MPs look set to continue to pile on the red tape around pensions.
Our daily roundup of analys commentary on shares, also including Sainsbury's and British American Tobacco.
And LinkedIn became the third social media company in a week to lose as much as a quarter of its valuation in minutes after reporting a weaker outlook.
The Dow Jones dropped 195 points yesterday leaving it with a gain of just 0.4% over the month and flat year-to-date.
Royal Mail shares enjoy best day in four months, helping FTSE 100 into positive territory despite US gloom and RBS share slide.
Fund group says now has capacity to reopen top-performing fund after new manager and analyst joined team.
Pension providers, trade unions and insurers say an independent pension commission is needed to impose long-term thinking on government policy.
Investors withdrew net £1 billion from UK funds in March while 'ISA season' sales were down on last year.
Some wealth managers are wary of the hype that has surrounded Neil Woodford's new investment trust.
Once you tally up all the tax and costs involved in swapping your pension for a buy-to-let property, it may not be as lucrative.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Auto Trader and Tullett Prebon.
And Apple has warned investors that it could face “material” financial penalties from the European Commission’s investigation into its tax deals with Ireland.
Shares fell following a report showed the US economy grew a paltry 0.2% in the first quarter, well below expectations.