Criticism of fund charges by FSCP prompts firms to consider implications of a single-fee regime.
Banks will be required to hold more capital and monitor risk more closely under new standards.
Concerns are being raised over Shinzo Abe’s policies as Japan slips into technical recession.
Manager eyes exceptionally cheap companies as economy has ‘started to reverse’.
Gross mortgage lending in October was 5 per cent more than in September (£18bn).
German manufacturing activity has narrowly avoided contraction in November as manufacturers reported weaker demand.
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Analysis & Opinion
Removal of political instability will help Latin America find its rhythm.
Geopolitical turmoil across the globe leaves investors uncertain on the economic recovery.
Gold has disappointed in 2014, so is there still hope for the asset class.
Macro situation proves pivotal in outlook for bond market.
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Economists predict interest rates will stay on hold until late 2015, as “storm clouds are gathering on the horizon”.
Nov 18, 2014
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