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And Scottish independence could see thousands of wealthy people start to claim ‘non-domicile’ tax status, experts predict.
And Barclays has poached Aviva’s John McFarlane as its chairman in a bid to boost the bank’s spluttering performance.
Dispel the Scotch mist hanging over the referendum debate with our video guide to how the breakup of the United Kingdom would affect us all.
Standered Chartered is the cheapest it has been since the Asian crisis and HSBC not far behind it, says Frikkee.
Scotland the brave? Share price weakness in some of the investment trusts in Scotland may be creating a buying opportunity.
The income received from an average annuity has fallen nearly £100 in just a month.
Support for Scottish independence, Chinese economic slowdown and fears of US interest rate hikes led to a torrid week for investors.
New YouGov poll hands 'no' vote in Scottish referendum campaign four-point lead. FTSE 100 and sterling rise.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including Moneysupermarket.com and Innovation Group.
However, the Dow Jones dips over rising geopolitical concerns and the timing of possible interest-rate increases.
And Morrisons' profits dived 51% over the summer after the Bradford-based chain slashed prices on 1,200 items.
Electra Private Equity has set a time and place for the shareholders' meeting demanded by activist investor Edward Bramson.
Older workers in 'income drawdown' plans need to tread carefully when it comes to accessing their pensions, say experts.
Renowned hedge fund manager George Soros has warned it could not be a worst time for Britain to consider leaving the EU or for Scotland to go it alone.
Bailed-out banks plan to shift their legal domicile from Scotland to England but say jobs and services would not be affected.
Scottish companies and the pound rebound as a new poll hands the 'no' camp a six-point lead in Scotland's independence vote.
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