Investors have tentatively started to add to their European equity positions following an 18-month hiatus, after the European Central Bank's actions lessened concerns the euro will fall apart.
Multi-managers and wealth managers have begun to dip their toes back into the beleaguered continent and are reducing underweight positions on fears they could miss out on a stampede back into the asset...
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UK faces 'difficult winter'
Policy response depends on 'severity' of new restrictions
Liquidation fees have risen to over £15m
The Great British Sustainable Savers Census 2020
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David Montgomery named MD