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  • WeWork Float Delayed 17th September 2019
    Expectations were high for the office space sharing firm, but there are concerns over its valuation and corporate governance
  • How to Save More for Retirement 17th September 2019
    VIDEO: VitalityInvest's deputy CEO Justin Taurog on how to get investors into the culture of saving for later life
  • Is the Pound Undervalued? 17th September 2019
    With Britain heading for a no-deal Brexit, market experts advise how investors can brace for a sterling bounce - or even a slump
  • Fund Survival Rates Vary Wildly for Active Funds 16th September 2019
    Just 43% of active US large-cap funds have survived for 10 years, compared with 89% of UK Mid-cap funds, according to Morningstar research
  • Oil Shares Surge After Attack on Saudi Production 16th September 2019
    Attack on oil production facilities has stirred up the prospect of Middle East conflict and puts the already delayed Saudi Aramco float in doubt
  • 3 Founder-Run European Stock Picks 16th September 2019
    VIDEO: Baillie Gifford's European manager Moritz Sitte picks three floated companies that remain founder-run and have attractive growth prospects
  • German Companies Battle Economic Storm 16th September 2019
    Germany's leading companies have been issuing profit warnings in recent months and recession is looming, but some of the country's stocks are proving resilient
  • Interest Rate Cuts Have Lost Their Power, says Threadneedle 13th September 2019
    Monetary policy has run out of a steam and any recession is likely to be short and shallow, says Columbia Threadneedle's Colin Moore   
  • Sell in May Can Go Away 13th September 2019
    Editor's Views: Why investors need a better strategy than an old saying, credit where it's due for UK mid-cap managers and why Merian is shifting stocks to its closed-end fund 
  • JD Sports has Lapped its Rivals 13th September 2019
    The Week: A rare story of high street success, JD Sports spotted the athleisure trend and ran with it
  • 5 Minutes With: Troy's Charlotte Yonge 13th September 2019
    This week Charlotte Yonge, manager of the new Troy Trojan Ethical Fund, talks gender diversity and the boom of digital payments
  • John Lewis Loss Highlights Retail Pressure 12th September 2019
    Shoppers appear to be putting off big-ticket purchases ahead of Brexit, but Morrisons investors were cheered by news of a longer deal with Amazon
  • Morningstar Manager Check-up 12th September 2019
    Morningstar head of fund research Jonathan Miller on why analysts rate emerging market funds by Fidelity and Aberdeen Standard and an ethical fund from Kames
  • Impact Investing: The Rhino Bond 12th September 2019
    Rhino Bond will direct capital to urgent conservation initiatives in Africa and is the world's first pay-for-results financial instrument to help endangered species
  • How to Tap Into the Computer Gaming Boom 12th September 2019
    25 years since the launch of the PlayStation, the computer games industry has changed beyond recognition. But there are big opportunities for the industry's innovators 
  • "What my Pupils Taught me About Computer Gaming Shares" 11th September 2019
    Private investor Bertram McDonald's experience teaching and travelling in China has influenced his investment decisions
  • Where Do Active Managers Outperform? 11th September 2019
    Morningstar Active/Passive Barometer reveals that the UK is a stock pickers market, but you're better tracking the index in the US
  • British Pound Like an Emerging Market Currency, says Mark Carney 11th September 2019
    Political uncertainty has ramped up sterling volatility, says Bank of England Governor
  • 3 Resilient Stock Picks 11th September 2019
    Rachel Winter, investment director at Killik & Co, looks at companies like Nike and Nestle that have been able to adapt to changing times
  • Should Investors Have Sold in May? 10th September 2019
    The investment adage 'Sell in May' encourages investors to abandon the stock market for the summer, but figures show it's better to take a long-term view
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