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James Carthew examines Fair Oaks Income Fund, an investment trust that buys collateralised loan obligations.
And banks brace for more foreign exchange rigging pain as civil lawsuits come forth or manipulating currency benchmarks.
And BoE officials are secretly researching the financial shocks that could hit Britain if there is a vote to leave the EU in the forthcoming referendum.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including GKN and DMGT.
The S&P 500 ends at all-time high after disappointing economic data bolstered expectations that an interest rate hike is likely to come only later in the year.
And RBS has paved the way for the government to shed its 79% stake in the bank.
After strong returns, big infrastructure funds like HICL face questions over how they will cope when interest rates rise.
Life insurance that offers you cash back if you don't claim has proved popular in South Africa and Australia. Could it take off here?
Jason Pidcock, manager of £4.6 billion Newton Asian Income fund, will run a similar strategy at Jupiter.
Neil Woodford's successor has had a good first year in charge of the Edinburgh investment trust, making a number of new investments.
Surprisingly good April retail sales point to stronger UK economic growth and counter fears of deflationary slump.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including DCC and Just Eat.
And Hanergy shares suspended after 47% plunge as the CEO failed to turn up at its annual meeting.
Officials at the Fed's April policy meeting believed it would be premature to raise interest rates in June.
Vodafone surges on renewed merger speculation while Barclays jumps as foreign exchange manipulation fine lower than budgeted for.
Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland among six banks fined £3.7 billion for rigging foreign exchange markets.