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6 shares the pros are buying and selling.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Lakehouse, Netcall, Victrex, VPC Lending Investment, KBC Advanced Technologies and Interserve.
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- Standard Life warns on annuities trading risks 1
- Edmond de Rothschild appoints UK CEO
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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
Brewin's Gutteridge asks Odey's Tim Bond two tough questions
Gutteridge puts the heat on Odey's asset allocation maestro with a couple of tough questions.
Brewin's Foster & Gutteridge: searching for the yield of dreams
Guy Foster and Ben Gutteridge discuss the latest upbeat US payroll report and how it has increased the probability of a first hike in interest rates in June.
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