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US markets continued to edge higher on Wednesday, despite the Federal Reserve's latest minutes suggesting an interest rate hike may come sooner than expected.
Wealth managers report their clients are clamouring to take on more risk in portfolios, even as markets retreat from record highs.
Asian markets enjoyed a mixed trading session at the start of the week, oscillating between gains and losses as the latest relief rally comes under pressure.
Tesco is coming under increasing pressure to slash its dividend in order to free-up cash to help it compete against low-cost rivals, with a leading shareholder speaking out over the weekend and analysts predicting a major cut to its payout.
It's a year since the implementation of rule changes allowing shares on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) to be held in ISAs. Laura Miller asks advisers what the move has meant for clients
Amandine Thierree highlights some of the leading funds from a sector best-placed to make the most of the UK market’s most reliable segments...
Neil Woodford's St James's Place fund is in line for a rapid windfall from one of its investments after Daisy Group said its chief executive was plotting a £500m bid for the company.
BlackRock has scrapped the 1% initial charge for intermediaries investing in Alister Hibbert's European Dynamic fund after assets under management fell to a more manageable level.
The Co-operative Group has released details of its new governance structure following a review by ex-City minister Lord Myners.
Almost 90% of active UK equity fund managers beat the benchmark index last year, far outstripping the performance of other active managers, an S&P Indices report has found.
Multi-asset and equity products have driven net intermediary inflows of £3.8bn for Schroders in the first half of 2014, prompting a 50% hike in the group's interim dividend.
Stewart Cowley, manager of the Old Mutual Managed fund, tells Maria Merricks how he is preparing for a rise in interest rates and bond yields...
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