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Stock markets and FTSE 100 surge as centrist Emmanuel Macron wins first round of voting in French presidential elections.
Citywire AAA-rated David Coombs, manager of the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolio funds, is worried about inflation in the UK and Europe.
Neil Woodford's new higher-yielding income fund proves popular, but doesn't raise as much as his other funds.
FTSE 250 bounces back losses sparked by yesterday's election announcement, but blue-chip FTSE 100 remains mired in the red.
Whether the prospect of another election excites or alarms you, the prime minister's move underlines the need for balanced investments.
As the 'Trump trade' shows signs of faltering in the US, experts assess whether other global markets are able to take up the baton.
Hugh Yarrow, the UK's top performing equity income manager, highlights five sectors that are using data analytics to their advantage.
Miner jumps to top of FTSE 100 as activist investor Elliott Advisors calls for overhaul of corporate structure.
Invesco Perpetual's Mark Barnett has reduced his position in Allied Minds, following a $147 million writedown announced on Wednesday.
The US 'working man' is worse off and has started to fight back. 'This is very bad for profits', says Jonathan Ruffer.
Shares in tech and life sciences incubator backed by Neil Woodford and Mark Barnett take fresh tumble on news of big write-down.
Shares in chip maker Imagination Technologies crash after biggest customer Apple says it will stop using products.
As the ISA season draws to an end, we highlight the most popular funds on some of the investment supermarkets this tax year.
Stocks with exposure to South Africa slump after president Jacob Zuma sacks respected finance minister Pravin Gordhan.
While some investors believe markets are not pricing in the risk of a collapse in negotiations, others believe the UK economy can perform better than expected.
Investors shouldn't worry about missing the 'big rotation' out of defensive growth stocks, says Nick Kirrage of Schroders.
FTSE 100 gained 10 points after prime minister triggered UK's exit from the EU with investors told to prepare for a long haul.
Republicans will be more determined to push through tax reform after failing to repeal Obamacare, says Cormac Weldon of Artemis.
Supermarket to pay £235 million fines and redress over 2014 accounting scandal as leading investors criticise £3.7 billion Booker deal.
Banks and miners weigh on FTSE 100 after US president Donald Trump's defeat over healthcare reform, casting doubt over his agenda.