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(Update) The FTSE 100 advanced a further 1.2%, up nearly 4% on the week, after making gains for the fourth day in a row.
Political fears led Richard Curling to reduce gearing, and commodity weakness has spurred a focus on consumer stocks, but only time will tell if this small fund will bring the house down.
Games giant Nintendo has given the top performing Lindsell Train (LTI) investment trust a boost after a difficult year.
Last night's Federal Reserve policy statement was just what investors wanted to hear. Oil stocks fly and UK retail sales surge.
The FTSE 100 made another late rally to close five points up after Russia's government intervened to shore up the rouble.
Share buy-backs may seem a valid alternative to cash dividends, but they can be a form of financial engineering that masks corporate stagnation and artificially inflates assets
It is the season of giving and clients’ minds may be turning to ethical funds but, with many shades of green on offer, investors must be able to spot a perennial from an evergreen.
The FTSE 100 closes 149 points higher after US Secretary of State John Kerry triggers a dramatic rebound in stock markets.
The FTSE 100 slumped 2.5% or 161 points as the sell-off in oil and resources stocks intensified on both sides of the Atlantic.
Miners drag down FTSE 100 while Greece suffers another jaw-dropping stock market slump.