Yen devaluation is not a free lunch for Japanese economy
Could the weaker yen be doing more harm than good?
Frances Coppola: balancing fear and greed in the Middle East
The Middle East includes some of the richest countries in the world – and some of the poorest and most troubled
FCA fines Sesame £1.6m for 'pay-to-play scheme'
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Sesame £1.6 million for setting up a pay-to-play scheme.
Ex-Rathbones CEO joins Interactive Investor
Pomfret retired from Rathbones in February this year.
A-rated Williams: 'Disgustingly cheap’ micro-caps will grow dividends
Manager had invested 70% of his fund in this area as a result.
James Henderson: 'Follow the cash to avoid investment mistakes'
Lowland Investment Company manager James Henderson shares the secrets behind his success.
Standard Life Property income to convert into a Reit
Standard Life Investments is seeking shareholder approval to convert its £240 million Standard Life Investments Income Property trust into a real estate investment trust (Reit).
Passive price war: Legal & General IM slashes tracker fees
Legal & General Investment Management has slashed its charges across its retail tracker fund range as the price war in passives intensifies.
FTSE falls as Fed sounds hawkish tone
FTSE 100 drops on fears the US may hike interest rates more quickly than had been expected.
Wealth Manager performance awards 2014: The winners revealed
We reveal the winners of the Wealth Manager investment performance awards 2014, with one firm in particular enjoying an outstanding spell.
Volatility spike: How ETFs can soften the blow
ETFGI’s Deborah Fuhr discusses the role of ETFs in client portfolios during volatile market conditions
Winter market warmers, the post QE world and timing the FED
This week’s episode of Investment Pulse looks at the winding down of quantitative easing, whether to try and time a Federal Reserve rate rise and if strong seasonal performers can reverse recent market slumps
Profile: Thurleigh chair Rosier on plans for the combined Ingenious AM
'We owed it to clients to answer the question of how long we are going to keep on doing this,' says Rosier
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