Highlights of the week
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Experienced investor reflects on markets and adjusts portfolio of Alternative Investment Market shares after 34% gain since September.5 Comments
Whether the prospect of another election excites or alarms you, the prime minister's move underlines the need for balanced investments.12 Comments
The pound's surge ahead of the snap general election led to heavy losses for UK investors this week, our exclusive data table shows.Leave a comment
Neil Woodford's new higher-yielding income fund proves popular, but doesn't raise as much as his other funds.7 Comments
Do you have insurance in place to cover you and your family in case you become ill, or die? You should.Leave a comment
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- Sunday Papers: Economy’s post-Brexit glow begins to fade
- Saturday Papers: Trump puts EU ahead of Britain in trade queue
- Friday Papers: M&S plan to shut stores sparks high street anger
- Overnight Markets: US stocks gain on tax reform hopes
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- FTSE gives up 2017 gains as resurgent pound weighs
- Gina Miller launches Brexit tactical voting campaign
- Overnight Markets: IBM pulls Dow Jones lower
- Thursday Papers: Brexit’s outcome poses risk to global stability, says IMF
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