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A growing number of UK businesses support a re-negotiated relationship with the EU but most want to stay in the bloc, a By Brian Groom, Business and Employment Editor
China has ruled out any public role in the nomination of candidates for Hong Kong chief executive, setting the stage for a By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong
The prospect of the first ever default in China’s rapidly expanding shadow banking sector sent shockwaves through financial By Jamil Anderlini and Gabriel Wildau
● Polar Capital, the $13.7bn Aim-listed investment manager, is planning to develop absolute return funds with the
Jeff Taylor, Invesco Perpetual’s European equities boss, has been loading up on “more interesting” cyclical stocks and By Bradley Gerrard
A key official at the Securities and Exchange Commission has called for US financial advisers to pay an annual fee so that By Chris Flood
In a market where asset prices are comprehensively rigged by central bankers, rational investment becomes impossible. By John Plender
If the scribbles of journalists are anything to go by, so-called “smart beta” has been one of the great investment success By Steve Johnson
Jack Bogle, the founder of Vanguard, has called Warren Buffett the mutual fund group’s best salesman after the billionaire By Chris Flood
On September 1, Ashmore will launch what are believed to be the first European-domiciled actively managed funds investing in By Steve Johnson
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