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Are these exceptionally difficult times to advise on investing? Or the best test for long term financial planning? Laura Miller asks four advisers what they are telling clients...
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Left-wing anti-austerity party Syriza has secured a commanding election victory in Greece, setting the scene for a stand-off between the country and its creditors.
Though the recovery of the world's most influential economy is set to continue, headwinds in the shape of a rise in interest rates are building. Ken Rayner asks: How will North America cope?
Market participants have reacted with a healthy dose of scepticism to the European Central Bank’s long-awaited quantitative easing programme, saying the move may not be enough to revive the struggling eurozone economy.
BP group chief executive Bob Dudley is expecting oil to remain at current low levels for up to three years, leading to job losses and falling investment in the oil sector.
Members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted unanimously to keep interest rates on hold in January, the committee's latest minutes reveal, knocking expectations of a rise this year.
Peter Lowman examines the 'astonishing' ramifications of the Swiss central bank's move on its currency cap and interest rates...
The unloved European Smaller Companies sector attracted few new suitors towards the end of 2014 but, as Amandine Thierree explains, there are plenty of opportunities for investors...
The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics showed UK CPI inflation fell to a surprise 0.5% in December, the lowest level since May 2000. Five experts examine why...
The Bank of England (BoE) was seemingly unaware of the impending financial crisis in the weeks prior to its emergence, new documents reveal.
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