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Scottish Mortgage co-manager James Anderson stuns City by comparing Theresa May to Hitler and Stalin after her Davos speech.
FTSE 100 treads water as investors refrain from big bets ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as US president this afternoon.
As shareholders prepare to vote on an overhaul of Alliance Trust's approach, we look at the track record of the men picked to run it.
The pound lifted from lows this week after Theresa May's Brexit speech, eating into investors' returns across all asset classes.
Now that Theresa May has outlined plans for a 'hard Brexit', what does 2017 hold for UK commercial property?
Renewed enthusiasm for emerging markets could see Jupiter Fund Management launch an income investment trust under Ross Teverson.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Pets at Home and Premier Foods.
And globalisation that once made the world go around, is it about to grind to a halt?
And a surging dollar under the new US president poses biggest threat to global economy, BlackRock boss warns.
Former chancellor George Osborne will join fund group BlackRock as senior adviser.
Banks slumped as Mnuchin, Trump’s Treasury nominee, didn’t advocate throwing out tough regulations during his Senate confirmation hearing.
And Goldman Sachs has suspended plans to move key operations from the US to London because of the Brexit.
Investors told not to expect sterling to continue rising after its biggest jump since 2008 following the prime minister's Brexit speech.
Royal Mail falls to bottom of FTSE 100 after reporting continued weakness in its letters division.
Global fund Bankers becomes only second investment trust to achieve 50 years of consecutive annual dividend increases.
Our daily round-up of analyst commentary on shares, including Experian and Sky.
The Dow Jones fell to the lowest level of 2017, marking a fourth straight day in the red for the blue-chip gauge.
And Wall Street’s trading surge has helped Goldman Sachs triple profits and Citigroup produce its first quarterly earnings rise in a year.
US index-tracking giant Vanguard trims annual charge on its LifeStrategy funds to 0.22% as it prepares to expand in the UK.