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Over 100 top business chiefs warn Labour would 'put recovery at risk'
Over 100 business chiefs who employ more than 500,000 staff between them have backed the Conservatives, warning a Labour government would 'threaten jobs and deter investment' in the UK.
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Why do some bonds offer 'negative yields' and how do you avoid them? Nick Hayes of AXA Investment Managers explains.
Neil Gregson: gold is prettiest in ugly contest
The JP Morgan Natural Resource fund manager talks about the prospects for gold with plenty of uncertainty in the global economy.
Brewin's Gutteridge & Foster talk property with Standard Life's Baggaley
Gutteridge and Foster discuss UK commercial property with Jason Baggaley, manager of the Standard Life Property Income investment trust
Profile: Creechurch Capital’s CEO on going the extra mile in a crowded market
Growing a business is the main aim of many company owners but managing that growth in a controlled way is just as important