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THE US of A
In the latest Interactive Financial Adviser debate, our panelists from North Investment Partners, S&P Capital IQ and Threadneedle discussed US Equities.
Mick Brewis, head of American equities at Baillie Gifford, explains why now is the time for investors to consider the US.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a four-year high overnight Tuesday as investors flocked to US stocks amid the resurgence in the country's economy.
S&P Capital IQ has revealed its pick of the best funds with a decade-long track record, as it introduces a new ten-year grading system.
Goldman Sachs has been fined $22m by a US regulator for failing to prevent upcoming research from its analysts being passed on to its top clients.
The US Attorney General has filed a civil antitrust action against Apple and a number of publishers, accusing them of colluding to sell e-books for higher prices.
US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is the front-runner to challenge Barack Obama for the Presidency after securing the swing state of Ohio on Tuesday night.
Lehman Brothers has emerged from bankruptcy and is now a liquidating company that will begin the process of paying back its creditors and investors before finally being wound up.
Martin Weale voiced fears over "persistent" inflation yesterday in a hawkish speech underlining the growing splits at the Bank of England over the path of monetary policy.
US GDP for the fourth quarter of 2011 has been revised up from 2.8% to 3%.