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With France considering a tax on smartphones we took a look at some of the odder taxers throughout history, including ones relating to wallpaper, cooking oil, soap and and beards.
We returned to the Four Seasons hotel in Hampshire for this year's Private Client Manager Retreat, where Odey's widely respected asset allocation guru Tim Bond offered his take on the world.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement has highlighted the long-term value football managers can generate. But what of the fund managers looking after our ISAs and pensions in the UK?
The British establishment is to make radical reforms to the listing rules on the stock exchange.
Eiris has acquired the Conflict Risk Network in a move that bolster the global research house's ability to provide information on human rights abuses around the world.
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.
Invstement Management Association chief executive Daniel Godfrey outlines where we've gone wrong on fund charges and outlines his solution to the dilemma.
National wealth manager Brewin Dolphin has named Rob Burgeman and Peter Long as the new heads of its London office.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has declared Honister Capital in default and will accept complaints against collapsed IFA networks Sage Financial, Honister Partners and Burns Anderson.
Lloyds Banking Group passes government 'breakeven' mark. Ocado soars after Morrisons deal.
Almost 12% of Prudential investors have opposed Prudential’s director pay policy at its annual general meeting.
Saunderson House took the introduction of the retail distribution review in its stride in the first quarter, adding 43 clients.
Rathbones has replaced Close as the manager of a multi-million pound global equity mandate, run on behalf of Scottish Life.
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.
All the news from across the web about the companies featured in Citywire's Top Stocks.
The Dow Jones dropped 42 points, the S&P 500 fell 8 points and the Nasdaq slipped 6 points.
And Tony Hayward, the former BP chief executive, has sealed a remarkable comeback by becoming interim chairman of commodities group Glencore Xstrata.
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