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Barclays' pre-tax profit fell 7% fall to £3.3 billion over the six months to the end of June.
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United States’ new sanctions on Russia in the energy, arms and finance sectors further weighed on investors’ sentiment.
And UBS, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank have been drawn into a deepening probe of banks’ anonymous “dark pool” trading venues.
With the end of ultra-low interest rates looking increasingly certain, the debate has turned to how well the UK is positioned to withstand tightening monetary policy.
Crispin Odey is critical of BSkyB’s approach for Sky Deutschland, stating that he will not sell his shares in the deal.
Fidelity Worldwide Investment has recruited fixed income veteran Charles McKenzie from JP Morgan Asset Management.
The Edinburgh-based firm has dimissed reports it is looking to buy a London base as the Scottish independence vote looms.
With all the talk of a looming sell off in risk and the uncomfortable rise in bond yields, we ask our readers where their convictions lie in our latest wealth manager survey.
A US investor is suing Barclays alongside its current and former bosses over losses suffered in relation to its dark pool.
UK equity income funds attracted a record inflow of £1.4 billion in June, buoyed by star manager Neil Woodford's high profile fund launch.
Tougher sanctions against Russia and an onslaught of US data weigh on investors' minds as FTSE inches up.
Many firms face a challenge keeping up with the most tech-literate clients without alienating the late-adopting majority, while meeting regulatory demands.
Standard Life Investments has refocused its £420 million Select Property fund to emphasise direct holdings over real estate shares.
St James’s Place has joined forces with the Loughborough School of Business and Economics to launch a level 7 Masters degree in wealth management.
Two of Investec’s more esoteric fund names are to be dropped in a rebranding exercise.
BlackRock has closed its European Opportunities Extension fund to new money, having taken similar action with several other European mandates over the past year.
The Gherkin, one of the City's more recent iconic landmarks, has been put for sale by receivers with hopes it will reach £650 million.
(Update) Electra Private Equity has turned down activist shareholder Sherborne Investors Management's requests for a change of directors and strategy at the trust.
St. James's Place's saw assets under management (AUM) rise by 7% in the first half of the year to hit a record high of £47.6 billion although profits took a £7 million hit from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) levy.
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