Gross criticises drive to cut interest rates

Bond investor says low rates ‘destroy financial business models’

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epa04614150 Iranian students waves the national flag during a ceremony marking the 36th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution, at the Azadi (Freedom) square in Tehran, Iran, 11 February 2015. The event mark the 36th anniversary of the Islamic revolution, which came ten days after Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini's return from his exile in Paris to Iran, toppling the monarchy system and forming the Islamic republic. EPA/ABEDIN TAHERKENAREH ©EPA
If sanctions are lifted, the country would become a tempting investment destination
Neil Woodford is fascinated by the opportunity to benefit society and deliver great returns

Investors slash exposure to the euro

QE and negative interest rates erode single currency

The walls close in on the fund market

Patience with the investment management market is wearing dangerously thin, says Chris Newlands

Mario Gabelli

‘Being born was [my] best decision’

‘[$85m] is not inappropriate compensation,’ says Mario Gabelli

Russia is still a ‘viable’ investment

Half of business leaders plan to increase investment

Fund managers on the Iranian frontier

If sanctions are lifted, country becomes a tempting investment

The 60,000 ton bulk ore carrier MV Irenes Vigor is loaded at the Port of Geraldton in February 2006 in a photo released by Midwest Corp. to the media on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007. Murchison Metals Ltd., the best-performer on the benchmark Australian index, bid as much as A$986 million ($887 million) in stock to buy Midwest Corp. and secure the right to build a port needed for its iron ore project. Source: Midwest Corp. via Bloomberg News
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The shipping news for Wall Street

It is near impossible to Americanise the dry bulk world, finds John Dizard

Rubber ducks
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The Buffett duck flaps its wings

Stephen Foley looks back at the Oracle of Omaha’s early advice

Gabelli’s Gamco eyes private equity

New York fund house may spin off business line

EU money market reform like ‘hand grenade’

Industry and opponents equally unhappy over changes

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