James Anderson, co-manager of Scottish Mortgage Trust, says it’s time to renew the thinking behind the £3.4 billion global fund's success.
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The CQS New City High Yield investment trust is overlooked, arguably because it's in the wrong sector, says James Carthew.
Investment supermarket identifies five 'pre-historic' investments that are no longer suitable for the modern world.
Queen announces government's plans to scale back tax relief for pensions to fund more free childcare in England.
FTSE 100 ends the week on a flat note after revised GDP data show the US economy shrank in the first quarter.
And Intel is close to acquiring Altera for as much as $15 billion, in what would mark the California chipmaker’s biggest ever deal.
A gang of fraudsters who made more than £3 million selling fraudulent gold mining and pharmaceutical shares has been jailed after spending the money on luxury cars.
HM Revenue & Customs promises to take action against a recruitment firm's attempt to help employers avoid paying National Insurance.
Our daily roundup of analyst comment on shares, including Kingfisher and Zoopla.
And the IMF has hinted that Greece could be forced out of the eurozone, as the country edges closer to judgment day with its foreign creditors.
Global markets came under pressure with a deadline for a Greek debt payment looming and a sharp sell-off in Chinese stocks.
The government wants to create a second-hand market in annuities, but experts wonder, will anybody want to buy them?
New data shows UK economy remains dominated by consumers. That's good news for companies like Sports Direct, however.
A group of Tesco shareholders have appointed a leading barrister to represent them in a legal battle over the retailer's profit scandal.
Our daily roundup of analyst comment on shares, including Polypipe Group and Telford Homes.
Nasdaq surged to fresh record close led by a rebound in technology shares and amid optimism that Greece would avoid defaulting on its debt.
And Tesco relegated from premier league of global brands following accounting scandal, and loses 37% of its brand value in a year.
(Update) FTSE 100 bounces back through 7,000 as bid developments and easing concerns about Greece boost investors.
Saving too little and hoarding pension cash are two of the problems faced by a nation that hasn't got to grips with retirement.