Cash denied to charities in conflict zones

Counter-terrorism legislation causes banks to block funding, report says

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How to follow in Buffett’s big footsteps

It boils down to three precepts: be patient, be private and be peculiar

Real returns

Fees matter more than asset allocation

Investment strategy study confirms importance of cost control

Fridman attacks North Sea deal threat

Russian billionaire calls UK stance on acquisition ‘not rational’

Investors slash exposure to the euro

QE and negative interest rates erode single currency

EU money market reform like ‘hand grenade’

Industry and opponents equally unhappy over changes

UK rent control will create stability

Institutional investors unfazed by possible property regulation

Murray Trust defends ‘painful’ results

US and UK stocks ‘do not yield anything any more’, says manager

Gabelli’s Gamco eyes private equity

New York fund house may spin off business line

Blue-chip debt takes its cue from sub-zero government bond yields

Some large corporates are beginning to appear much safer bets than sovereign issuers


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