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    Jerusalem not the place to ignite a religious fire

    Jerusalem, sacred to the three monotheistic Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, has been a tinderbox forDavid Gardner in Beirut

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    The woes and wows of financial education

    Do you remember learning about compound interest? It is one of the few “wow” moments I can remember from my school days, butSophia Grene

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    Norway’s largest pension fund vows to drop coal mine holdings

    Norway’s largest pension fund has vowed to drop its holdings in coal miners, intensifying pressure on the coal industry fromMadison Marriage

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    UK pensions should be more flexible, says Nest

    Nest, the state-backed UK pension scheme, will launch a wide-ranging consultation today as part of a drive to develop moreChris Flood

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    Infrastructure investment needs concrete solutions

    Proposals to stimulate global infrastructure spending announced this month by the G20 in Brisbane have had a mixedChris Flood

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    Inflation is key to gauging business cycles

    Inflation is to investment strategy what location is to property: everything. Inflation drives many things that influencePeter Elston

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    Challenge from Chinese fund houses overblown

    China’s biggest fund houses appeared to be on course to challenge their international rivals in terms of asset size at theMadison Marriage

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    Movers & shakers: November 24

    C Insight Investment, the $526bn asset manager owned by BNY Mellon, has appointed Victoria May as head of institutional for

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    Neil Woodford backs cutting-edge biotech in new fund

    Neil Woodford, Britain’s most celebrated investment manager, will launch a fund next year focusing on small biotechnologyDavid Oakley

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    European markets watchdog examines closet trackers

    The European markets watchdog is probing “closet tracking”, which critics say is enabling fund managers to charge highMadison Marriage

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