Our columnists crack open the murky world of finance and investments
KWE, 2014's biggest investment trust launch, is betting that Europe's property market still has further to recover from credit crunch lows.
Buying Friends Life, a small, weaker UK rival, could help Aviva improve its dividend. But are the insurer's shareholders paying too much?
Perpetual Income & Growth, the best of Mark Barnett's three big investment trusts, has saved shareholders a lot of money, but is it enough?
Gavin Lumsden reports on the latest investment in his Top Trust portfolio. This video was recorded last week before today's news from Japan.
The huge fines imposed on banks for currency manipulation point to a wider scandal affecting investors in funds and pensions.
James Carthew looks at British Assets investment trust's aim to tap into the £9 billion retirement market created by the pension freedom reforms.
What the chancellor's decision to repay some First World War debt tells you about UK government bonds, or 'gilts'.
Half-year results illustrate how focused this leading global fund is on technology as an investment theme.
Time in the market, not timing the market, that’s what makes for great investment returns, says financial planner Mike Deverell.
James Carthew looks at the Lowland Investment Company, one of the best performing UK equity income trusts in recent years.
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