Buxton backs resurgent Shire; Ebola knocks FTSE
Fund manager Richard Buxton buys back into Shire after its failed takeover by Abbvie. Ebola scare knocks FTSE but index is up on the week.
Cameron attacks 'unjustified' £1.7bn EU charge
Prime minister says he feels 'downright anger' at charge and refuses to pay the figure due in early December.
Liontrust duo raise Charles Stanley stake to access ‘store of value’
Julian Fosh and Anthony Cross have used Charles Stanley’s recent share price weakness to top up their position in the wealth manager, dubbing it a ‘store of value’.
We ask wealth managers which geopolitical risks worry you most?
We asked wealth managers about which geopolitical risks concern the most with regards to their potential impact on client portfolios.
Post-retirement picks: eight funds for the pension freedoms
We take a look at the eight funds aimed at providing income for the decumulating investor.
Why Mark Slater is backing Walt Disney
Citywire + rated manager explains why resources stocks are not attractive.
Brewin's Brighton office head exits with five others post-Reigate merger
Brewin Dolphin’s Brighton branch head has left the firm alongside five colleagues, following the merger of the office with Reigate.
Schroders’ Sym: I am buying European cyclicals
Manager likens current situation to 2004/05.
UK business leaders blast EU's 'outrageous' £1.7bn cash demand
Business leaders have branded the EU’s demand for an extra £1.7 billion from Britain to balance its budget ‘outrageous’ and said the increased contribution should be rejected.
UK GDP grows 0.7% in third quarter
GDP is 3% higher than it was this time last year.
JPM’s Negyal: Back divis to temper EM volatility
Omar Negyal, co-manager of the JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income trust, says a dividend approach to emerging markets reduces the volatility of investing in the asset class.
WMR: Why Russia will lose this war
Author and journalist Adam Lebor believes a perfect storm is brewing when it comes to the Russian economy. .
Profile: 'new normal' now is as dangerous as when it was applied to tech
7IM's CIO Chris Darbyshire says he has been re-energised by his new role, but has little time for 'new normal' doom-mongers
Profile: The adviser that tempted Robin Minter-Kemp on board
It is rare to meet an impassioned individual who is willing to bang the drum for investment advisory right now