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10:15

Eurozone inflation dips to just 0.4% in July

The last time inflation in the currency bloc were this subdued was in October 2009.

From Mortgages| 08:40

House price growth hit by MMR measures

House prices records its fifteenth successive monthly increase in July, but growth slows partly due to MMR impact.

Jul 30, 2014

Bezalel is Jupiter’s new galactico as old guard bows out

Strategic bond fund manager becomes British thoroughbred fund house’s passport to global relevance.

Jul 30, 2014

European bank lending outlook brightens

Banks have lowered the cost of borrowing for riskier companies, for the first time since the survey was started in 2003.

Jul 30, 2014

Jupiter assets reach £33bn; profits lower on exceptionals

Profits lower amid triple whammy of exceptional items, but fund flows remain positive.

From Mortgages| Jul 30, 2014

CML revises forecast with lending hitting £200bn

CML predicts lending growth for the rest of the year, slowing into 2015.

Economic Indicators
FTSE 100 6,730 -0.64%
CPI inflation 1.9%
FTSE 250 15,496 -0.86%
Base interest rate 0.5%

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Analysis & Opinion

From Special Report: MENA - July 2014| Jul 28, 2014

Gulf frontier states move up a league

With some Mena regions being upgraded to emerging markets, what does that mean for the rest of the region?

From Special Report: MENA - July 2014| Jul 28, 2014

What to make of the turmoil in the Middle East

Geopolitical issues in Mena may be masking investment opportunities for those willing to take the risk.

From Special Report: MENA - July 2014| Jul 28, 2014

Investors in Mena should look beyond oil, gas and consumers

What are the main investment themes driving returns in the Mena region?

InterviewfromFixed Income| Jul 14, 2014

“A bond is relatively simple – can they pay and will they...

Tim Haywood talks to Ellie Duncan about why you can only put a farmer’s son into the City for so long.

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Adviser Guides

Guide to Budget 2014

Chancellor George Osborne boasted tax changes to benefit “the makers, the doers, and the savers”.

Special Reports

Investing in Mena - July 2014

The Middle East and North Africa (Mena) is always hitting the headlines but is there any investment potential?

FTAdviser Blog

Investment scandal déjà vu as PI woes mount

Week in Brief: Regulatory issues continue to dominate the news with the Budget discussion continuing to roll on.

Global Investments

Mid-Year Review - July 2014

Many agree an economic recovery is underway, but there are reasons to be fearful.

FTAdviser Blog

Why it could be time to start heeding the warning signs

Markets appear to be rising in the face of political and economic upheaval, but the likelihood of a correction is growing.

Special Reports

Summer Investment Monitor - June 2014

As we near the end of the first half of 2014, a look back at markets shows some surprising and not so surprising trends.

FTAdviser Blog

Will Osborne overhaul resolve savings crisis?

Week in Brief: This week one story has dominated, but the longer term affects of the reforms are unknown.

Recent Articles
  1. UK prices £5bn 2058 ‘linker’ at negative yield
    Fixed Income| Jul 29, 2014

    UK prices £5bn 2058 ‘linker’ at negative yield

    Investors are willing to pay a small fee to the government in return for being compensated for inflation.

  2. UK election ‘could spook markets’
    Equities| Jul 29, 2014

    UK election ‘could spook markets’

    Miton UK Value manager fears political wrangling could hit recovering stocks.

  3. Fund Selector: Abe can’t imitate Meat Loaf
    Multi-Asset Funds| Jul 28, 2014

    Fund Selector: Abe can’t imitate Meat Loaf

    Two out of three ‘arrows’ of reform won’t be enough for embattled Japanese leader.

  4. House prices unchanged, but S&P predicts growth to persist
    From Mortgages| Jul 28, 2014

    House prices unchanged, but S&P predicts growth to persist

    Average house price still rose 6.4 per cent year on year, as S&P predicts UK market will leave Europe trailing.

  5. Investing in Mena - July 2014
    From Our Publications| Jul 28, 2014

    Investing in Mena - July 2014

    The Middle East and North Africa (Mena) is always hitting the headlines but is there any investment potential?

  6. GDP figure is a ‘statistical mirage’
    Jul 28, 2014

    GDP figure is a ‘statistical mirage’

    UK’s GDP may have surpassed its pre-crisis peak, but ‘deep scars’ remain, warn economists.

  7. UK economy finally surpasses pre-crisis peak
    Jul 25, 2014

    UK economy finally surpasses pre-crisis peak

    Economic growth in the UK hits 0.8 per cent in the second quarter of the year.

  8. Banks face big change in accounting for losses
    Jul 24, 2014

    Banks face big change in accounting for losses

    It’s still not exactly sexy, but for banks and accountants this is big news.

  9. Eurozone recovery gains momentum on services
    Jul 24, 2014

    Eurozone recovery gains momentum on services

    The data is in, and it’s encouraging.

  10. BoE will get a US audience as rate rise looms
    Jul 23, 2014

    BoE will get a US audience as rate rise looms

    So the UK will become a useful, if imperfect, example for a US audience on how markets react when interest rates do rise.

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