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        Sector report: Hold your nerve or cut your losses in Japan?

        Professional Adviser | 21 Aug 2014 | 11:37

        As the market continues to frustrate and confuse investors, Patrick Murphy looks at whether perseverance will be rewarded...

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        Asset Allocators' Soapbox: Where to look next for supported valuations

        With looser monetary policy in Europe inevitable, Ben Seager-Scott explains why equity returns on the continent are set to offer adequate compensation for risk...

        Professional Adviser | 21 Aug 2014 | 10:34
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        Raymond James cements return to profit

        Advisory and wrap business Raymond James Investment Services has consolidated its return to profit, generating almost £235,000 in 2013.

        Professional Adviser | 21 Aug 2014 | 10:13

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      Fund Focus: SLI's Scott Smith on why he continues to support a pro-risk position

      Scott Smith, manager of the SLI Global Advantage fund, tells Maria Merricks why he is confident on the outlook for equities and where he is finding the best opportunities...

      Professional Adviser | 21 Aug 2014 | 08:00
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      US markets edge higher despite hawkish Fed minutes

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 21 Aug 2014 | 07:51
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      Clients ‘break first rule of investment’ in scramble for risk assets

      Wealth managers report their clients are clamouring to take on more risk in portfolios, even as markets retreat from record highs.

      Professional Adviser | 18 Aug 2014 | 12:36
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      Asian markets mixed as investors buy-up yen assets

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 18 Aug 2014 | 07:52
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      Will Tesco halve its dividend? Analysts predict sharp cut to payout

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 18 Aug 2014 | 07:46
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      Shares in Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway pass $200k

      Shares in Warren Buffett's firm Berkshire Hathaway have reached a new high of $200,000 each.

      Professional Adviser | 15 Aug 2014 | 08:15
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      AIM shares in ISAs: The impact of the rule change one year on

      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

      Professional Adviser | 14 Aug 2014 | 11:44
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      Where did the smart money go in July?

      Investors have been withdrawing from higher risk assets but appear stumped over what to do next with the cash. Cherry Reynard reports...

      Professional Adviser | 14 Aug 2014 | 08:00
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      Sector report: The UK equity income sectors to turn to for dividend stability

      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...

      Professional Adviser | 14 Aug 2014 | 08:00
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      Neil Woodford could be set for windfall from AIM-listed tech firm

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 14 Aug 2014 | 07:46
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      BlackRock removes intermediary charge on Hibbert's European Dynamic fund

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 13 Aug 2014 | 11:49
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      Infrastructure: How sustainable are yields?

      Rising interest rates present a significant risk to this otherwise compelling asset class, writes Robert Salter, investment management director at Brooks Macdonald Asset Management

      Professional Adviser | 08 Aug 2014 | 13:46
      co-op

      Co-operative Group confirms wholesale governance restructure

      The Co-operative Group has released details of its new governance structure following a review by ex-City minister Lord Myners.

      Professional Adviser | 08 Aug 2014 | 08:00
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      Almost 90% of active UK equity funds beat benchmark last year - report

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 04 Aug 2014 | 08:15
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      Schroders posts record results as intermediary inflows hit £3.8bn

      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.

      Professional Adviser | 31 Jul 2014 | 08:17
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      What could derail over-stretched markets?

      With talk of investor complacency getting louder, Abi Oladimeji, head of investment strategy at Thomas Miller Investment, considers some upcoming threats.

      Professional Adviser | 31 Jul 2014 | 08:00
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      Fund Focus: Old Mutual's Stewart Cowley on how to prepare for rising interest rates

      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...

      Professional Adviser | 31 Jul 2014 | 08:00

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