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- Saturday Papers: RBS plunges to a £1bn loss on bailout-era costs
- FTSE falls as RBS dives on £968m loss
- Investors face wait on unregulated scheme rescue deal
- Why you need to know about the three tiers of saving
- The Expert View: Lloyds, Taylor Wimpey and Schroders
- Friday Papers: Carl Icahn sells all his Apple stock
- Overnight Markets: Wall Street sinks as Apple takes another hit
- Investors shun European trusts amid growth fears
- 'Freedom frenzy' wanes as pension withdrawals slow
- Brazil's rocketing stock market: time to join the party?
- Alleged Fraud at Northwest Biotherapeutics- one of Neil Woodfords investments
- Simple low-cost portfolio idea
- Income producing portfolio
- FP Argonaut Absolute of Jupiter Absolute
- Investing in Banks - is it pointless?
- index-linked NS&I savings certificates - whether to renew or cash in
- SQN for income?
- Sensible Risks being a Property Investor - What are they for you?
- Scottish Mortgage given power to buy more 'unicorns'
- Does real estate investing really make people rich?
- Transfer out of DB scheme hmm..
- Is it time for a good mining trust?
- Murray International gets to core of investors' dilemma
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: a huge hole in my portfolio
- Investment Trust Watch: Scottish Mortgage reverts to discount
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: I'm up and down after rally
- Could Dunedin wind-up prove a winner for investors?
- Investment Trust Watch: watch out for RIT Capital
- Brexit fears? Buy dollars, builders and Vodafone
- Top Trusts: I'm down but not out as flight turns to fight
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: so many bargains!
- Investment Trust Watch: mighty 3i falls to a discount
Guy Anderson, manager of the Mercantile investment trust, admits he is worried over the impact of 'Brexit' uncertainty on medium-sized companies.
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