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RBS has reserved £400m for a currency probe as it reported a third successive quarterly profit thanks to reduced costs and strengthening economic conditions.
Eugene Philalithis, manager of Fidelity Multi Asset Income, tells Maria Merricks why despite a change in consensus, he maintains the belief interest rates will rise sooner, not later...
Managers must navigate a difficult path between maximising exposure to attractive illiquid property and accommodating liquidity needs. Edward Fane asks whether it is worth the risk
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Caroline Simmons takes a closer look at the difficult task ahead for European Central Bank president Mario Draghi
The UK must contribute an extra £1.7bn (€2.1bn) to the European Union's budget after the economy performed better than expected.
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee remained split 7-2 against raising interest rates this month but took a gloomier view of the country’s economic prospects.
There is no denying that emerging markets' growth advantage over the developed world is shrinking. But just how real is the risk to investors? Jeremy Lawson examines the case
Foreign investors, historically a key driver of the Japanese stock market, are looking for clues as to whether the time is right to commit themselves again. Stewart Smith takes a look
Interest rates should remain low to avoid long-term economic stagnation, the chief economist at the Bank of England has said.
The FTSE has opened 1% higher as it begins to recover from its worst one-day fall in 16 months on 15 October.
The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has warned of a potentially 'violent' market crash as financial markets are dangerously stretched.
UK CPI inflation has fallen to its lowest level in five years, undershooting estimates as the impact of falling petrol prices dragged the headline level down near to 1%.
The FTSE 100 was in the red once again today following losses around the globe overnight, with Hargreaves Lansdown and luxury goods retailers Burberry and Mulberry both taking a tumble on slowdown fears.
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