Citywire AAA-rated Nick Train buys Remy Cointreau, his first new stock since 2011 for his UK funds, including Finsbury Growth & Income.
JPMorgan Asset Management's European shares chief follows two rules to help him ignore stock market noise.
One in three wills may have to be rewritten to stop families missing out on the new £1 million inheritance tax break, an expert warns.
Bank of England rates decision throws up few surprises, with Ian McCafferty remaining the lone voice calling for a hike.
The board of Electra has blasted Sherborne Investors' renewed attack on the management of the private equity trust.
And Volkswagen’s emissions-rigging scandal is “on the same scale as Enron”, say US lawmakers.
Energy shares rallied after US-traded crude futures gained 3.4% to $49.43 a barrel, and briefly surmounted $50 a barrel in intraday trading.
UK investors have ploughed £5 billion into property funds over the last 12 months, and some fund managers argue they could be in for a shock.
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And IMF has warned of looming $3 trillion corporate credit crunch as debtors face day of reckoning.
A rebound in biotechnology companies propelled the S&P 500 to its highest level in three weeks.
Prime minister David Cameron announces planning reforms to shift the UK from 'Generation Rent' to 'Generation Buy'.
Alliance Trust has resumed share buybacks as the global fund strives to improve investor returns and fulfil the pledges it made last week.
Investors are pulling out of emerging markets in record numbers after a grim two years, but some argue now is the time to buy.
Daniel Godfrey, boss of the fund managers' trade body, the Investment Association, resigns after members reject his pro-consumer agenda.
Commodity and emerging markets-focused stocks have rallied as analysts at Morgan Stanley argue now is the time to buy.
Smaller pensions and house price increases mean pensions and homes will now fund retirement.
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And Britain shines even as the world sees the slowest period of growth since the depths of the financial crisis, according to the IMF.
A surge in DuPont helped keep the Dow Jones in positive territory but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq lost ground, with a sharp drop in biotech stocks.