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First State's veteran Asia fund manager makes another foray into debate on independent Scotland.
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The S&P 500 scores another record, but volume was depressed with some market participants on vacation ahead of the Labour Day long holiday weekend.
And more than 100 Scottish business leaders 'wanted to sign pro-UK letter but feared SNP backlash', claimed Gavin Hewitt, former Scotch Whisky Association chairman.
(Update) Asos meanwhile surges on reports of US bid for online fashion company.
Wall Street veteran pinpoints seven reasons markets are making him nervous.
Electra Private Equity, the investment trust fighting off activist Edward Bramson, reduces its stake in Premier Asset Management.
Wayne Davies has secured a payout from insurer Royal London over its role in the mis-selling of an annuity.
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined the Royal Bank of Scotland £14.5 million for advice failings around mortgage sales.
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And Europe will remain heavily reliant on Russian energy for at least the next decade, according to Fitch.
Shares rose as economic reports showed record jump in durable-goods orders and an unexpected increase in consumer confidence.
Reaching 75 is a crucial point for pensioners. If you're not careful death taxes and pernicious contracts can eat up your savings.
Our income-seeking columnist has traditionally shunned VCTs, but is now taking a shine to the risky - but potentially lucrative - investments.
Analyst Nick Shenton promoted to co-manager to help Adrian Frost and Adrian Gosden on the £6.8 billion Artemis Income fund.
Prospect of quantitative easing in the eurozone sends FTSE 100 higher as it plays catch-up with European markets.