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Economic Indicators| 08:59

DWP to help pull payments out of Greek accounts

“Britain’s attitude to the developing Greek crisis is clear: we hope for the best; but we prepare for the worst,” the chancellor says.

Investments| 08:45

Fund Selector: Greece’s cloud of uncertainty

Nation’s attempts to appease its creditors hang in the balance as first payment deadline looms.

Investments| 08:45

Baynes dumps bonds for equities and cash

iFunds manager’s negative view on bonds prompts him to ditch exposure to asset class.

Economic Indicators| Jun 29, 2015

Market View: What’s Syriza playing at?

Greece’s ruling party is playing out a high-risk game of chicken on the political stage.

From Regulation| Jun 26, 2015

FCA fee hike and stubborn platforms: This week in news

Greek debt deal-making also featured over the last five days.

Global| Jun 25, 2015

US switch pays off for Saracen fund

Global Income & Growth managers pile into US stocks as they perceive ‘value coming back’.

Analysis & Opinion

Property| Jun 22, 2015

Fund Review: Property

Experts predict no end in sight to growth of UK property sector.

Property| Jun 22, 2015

Fund Review: F&C Real Estate Securities

This fund provides exposure to liquid real estate through pan-European property.

UK’s EU exit will take shine off our assets: Hermes

InterviewfromUK| Jun 19, 2015

UK’s EU exit will take shine off our assets: Hermes

The UK’s exit from the EU has the potential to hit gilt growth in the short-term, economist warns.

Political storm looms as risk of ‘Brexit’ on the horizon

John LappinonUK| Jun 15, 2015

Political storm looms as risk of ‘Brexit’ on the horizon

Renewed threat of UK break-up if Britain leaves the EU has not been factored in.

Recent Articles
  1. Hambidge welcomes European indices fall
    Multi-Asset Funds| Jun 25, 2015

    Hambidge welcomes European indices fall

    Premier manager says he is positive on region’s outlook following its recent ‘healthy setback’.

  2. Schroders’ Sym eyes Greek stocks in event of bailout deal
    Jun 24, 2015

    Schroders’ Sym eyes Greek stocks in event of bailout deal

    The group’s European Alpha Income manager is ready to pull the trigger on two Greek stocks should the country reach a deal with creditors.

  3. Grexit fears may delay US rate hike
    North American| Jun 23, 2015

    Grexit fears may delay US rate hike

    Experts warn uncertainty over Greece’s future could be influencing US Federal Reserve policy.

  4. Asian buyers may stem bond rout
    Jun 23, 2015

    Asian buyers may stem bond rout

    Asian investors could be preparing to snap up European bonds should Greece exit the eurozone.

  5. There are ‘advantages’ to a Greek exit, says Pease
    Jun 22, 2015

    There are ‘advantages’ to a Greek exit, says Pease

    Crux European Special Situations manager says hysteria around a Greek exit is just ‘a lot of noise’.

  6. European banks positioned to weather ‘Grexit’: Moody’s
    Jun 22, 2015

    European banks positioned to weather ‘Grexit’: Moody’s

    Ratings agency notes that peripheral banks still vulnerable to risks.

  7. Crux expands team around Pease with chief operating officer
    Jun 16, 2015

    Crux expands team around Pease with chief operating officer

    Karen Zachary, formerly of Man Group, is set to join star manager Richard Pease’s boutique.

  8. Fund Selector: No end to Greek drama
    Multi-Manager Funds| Jun 15, 2015

    Fund Selector: No end to Greek drama

    Ongoing uncertainty may add volatility to equities and bonds.

  9. Trade body proposes mandating advice in unified bond market
    From Regulation| Jun 12, 2015

    Trade body proposes mandating advice in unified bond market

    Association calls for existing bond denomination limit to be abolished.

  10. Anti-benchmark firm finds UK wealth manager traction
    Equities| Jun 12, 2015

    Anti-benchmark firm finds UK wealth manager traction

    President and founder resigned to being classed as ‘smart beta’ but calls passive investment “dumb”.

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