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The FTSE 100 has fallen after it soared to its highest level in nearly 13 years on Monday.
BlackRock has agreed to acquire MGPA, an independently-managed private equity real estate investment advisory with a foothold in the Asian and European markets.
After much speculation and more than £1 billion of investment, BT has entered sports TV with a bang, promising free Premier League football coverage to its broadband customers.
JP Morgan Private Bank has hired SAM Capital Partners Andrew Kennedy as its senior private banker for its UK team.
Polar Capital is launching a trust designed to take advantage of the improved conditions in the financials sector for former New Star manager Nick Brind.
For all the obvious problems facing the eurozone, could a major component of its difficulty simply be too much stuff?
GAM fund manager Alex McKnight believes talk of a 'great rotation' from bonds into equities is overblown and explains why opportunities in the convertibles market look compelling.
Rathbones is planning to lower the benchmark on David Coombs's Strategic Growth portfolio to keep the fund within its risk budget against a challenging macro backdrop.
A roundup of some of the best analyst commentary on shares, including Afren and Amlin.
Speaking at the Private Client Manager Retreat in Hampshire, Odey's macro expert Tim Bond warned on the Tiger's increasing number of special purpose vehicles that 'aren't working'.
Citywire A-rated Somerville says Japan needs structural reforms to be successfully implemented before its sharp recovery becomes truly sustainable.
Improving economic data and strong fundamentals in resource efficency and environmental markets helped the firm deliver a £1.5 million profit in the last six months.
An insurer and a housebuilder are among the firms helping Herme's Citywire AA-rated David Stormont and John Leahy deliver stellar performance.
Citywire AAA-rated Nigel Thomas is backing a series of internationally disruptive changes in energy supply and extraction as a key step change to the global economy.
Life company Aviva has been hit by £54 million in restructuring costs for the first three months of 2013, but was boosted by strong sales in its UK life and pension business.
Abenomics has scored an early victory with resounding first-quarter growth of 3.5%, the highest among the G7 group of developed economies, while Q4 2012 numbers were revised up from zero to 0.3%
Alliance Trust Investments will close the £77 million Alliance Trust North American Equity fund and the £59 million Alliance Trust European Equity funds at the end of June as part of its strategic review.
Our data shows wealth managers have missed out on a number of opportunities over the last few months by failing to time markets.
Bank of England governor Mervyn King has said growth in the UK will soon get 'a little' stronger, while longer term inflation should pull back.
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