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How FX Companies Help Small Businesses

How FX Companies Help Small Businesses

Opinion | Comment & Analysis | 2 Sep 2015

According to data from the World Bank, there are more than 100 million small businesses worldwide

Hargreaves Lansdown: The best way for investors to protect their portfolio in the current market conditions 

Hargreaves Lansdown: The best way for investors to protect their portfolio in the current market conditions 

News | Markets | 2 Sep 2015

Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown has outlined the strategy he believes private investors should apply in order to protect their portfolio from the current market volatility.

Standard Life: The one UK oil share that offers better value than Shell right now 

Standard Life: The one UK oil share that offers better value than Shell right now 

News | Funds | 2 Sep 2015

Wesley McCoy, recently installed as manager of the £1.2 billion Standard Life UK Equity Unconstrained fund has sold his shares in Royal Dutch Shell and bought a holding in Ophir Energy, a FTSE 250 Africa and Asia focused oil company that he believes is ideally placed to prosper in the present low oil price environment.

Why I am buying Saga shares right now, by top income fund manager 

Why I am buying Saga shares right now, by top income fund manager 

News | Shares & trading | 1 Sep 2015

Thomas Moore, high performing manager of the £989 million Standard Life UK Equity Income Unconstrained fund, has disclosed the reasons behind his decision to recently begin buying shares in older persons specialist services group Saga. 

JP Morgan: What the current market volatility means for investors today 

JP Morgan: What the current market volatility means for investors today 

News | Markets | 1 Sep 2015

Dr. David Stubbs, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, has disclosed what he believes is behind the current market volatility in equity markets, and how investors can deal with it. 

Neil Woodford: What the market volatility in China means for UK investors 

Neil Woodford: What the market volatility in China means for UK investors 

News | Funds | 1 Sep 2015

Star fund manager Neil Woodford, whose £6.7 billion CF Woodford Equity Income fund is the absolute best performer out more than 80 funds in the IA UK Equity Income sector over the past year has outlined what he believes are the consequences of recent events in China, and the wider consequences for UK investors.

India vs. China – which is the better investment right now?

India vs. China – which is the better investment right now?

News | Markets | 28 Aug 2015

Kenneth Akintewe, senior investment manager on Aberdeen Asset Management's Asian fixed income team, discusses the relative merits of investing in India and China.

Aberdeen Asset Management: The best way to invest in Chinese robotics 

Aberdeen Asset Management: The best way to invest in Chinese robotics 

News | Markets | 26 Aug 2015

Kwok Chern-Yeh, head of investment management in Aberdeen Asset Management's Japanese Equity Team, discusses a quiet revolution that is taking place in China.

JP Morgan: The best way to invest in the Eurozone  

JP Morgan: The best way to invest in the Eurozone  

News | Markets | 25 Aug 2015

JP Morgan portfolio managers Stephen Macklow-Smith and Alexander Fitzalan Howard outline their current outlook for dividend-yielding stocks in Europe.

Investing In Mobile Technology: The Gaming Niche

Investing In Mobile Technology: The Gaming Niche

Opinion | Comment & Analysis | 25 Aug 2015

Online gaming has evolved into a profitable business over the last few years. Enhanced streaming services and a growing demand for mobile games have also spurred increased investment in mobile gaming technology.

Revealed: The five best stocks for your 2015 ISA  

Revealed: The five best stocks for your 2015 ISA  

News | Shares & trading | 21 Aug 2015

Andrew Garstang, Lancaster branch manager at investment manager Hargreave Hale, outlines how investors can take advantage of tax changes in the summer Budget and picks five stocks to consider. 

Old Mutual: The best way to invest in Asia right now? 

Old Mutual: The best way to invest in Asia right now? 

News | Markets | 20 Aug 2015

Markets have always been characterised by risks and opportunities. In the Asia-Pacific region, now is the time to be as discriminating as ever, according to Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors.

How digital alternatives reshaped the casino industry 

How digital alternatives reshaped the casino industry 

News | Markets | 18 Aug 2015

Technological innovations have seriously helped reshape the way in which we interact with the world and the people around us. One particular device that has not only evolved greatly in a very short space of time but has also had an incredibly significant effect on social, personal and even professional lives is the smartphone. This handy little mobile machine has become a one-stop device for communication, travel, online browsing, taking photos, watching videos, and even high definition gaming.

Schroders: UK inflation higher than expected but interest rates unlikely to rise until well into 2016 

Schroders: UK inflation higher than expected but interest rates unlikely to rise until well into 2016 

News | Markets | 18 Aug 2015

The latest data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) showed that UK inflation was 0.1 per cent in July, marginally better than expected by the market, but Azad Zagana, senior European economist at Schroders believes that the Bank of England will hold off on an interest rate rise inflation has risen to 1 per cent, which he doesn’t see happening until the second quarter of 2016.

Nick Train: Why I'm 'not smart enough' to invest in the UK bank shares right now, and the first new stock I have bought for any of my funds in the past three years  

Nick Train: Why I'm 'not smart enough' to invest in the UK bank shares right now, and the first new stock I have bought for any of my funds in the past three years  

News | Shares & trading | 18 Aug 2015

Star fund manager Nick Train, who runs the Finsbury Growth and Income trust and the Lindsell Train Investment trust amongst other mandates, has revealed for What Investment the reason why he has shunned investing in UK bank shares, even as the economic recovery takes hold, saying that ‘I am not smart enough to invest in UK banks right now.’

Revealed: The three best AIM stocks for investors today 

Revealed: The three best AIM stocks for investors today 

News | Shares & trading | 17 Aug 2015

As the two year anniversary of AIM shares being permitted to be included in ISA portfolios nears, Helal Miah, investment research analyst at the Share Centre has revealed the AIM stocks he believes represent the best value for ISA investors right now.