Investors slash exposure to the euro

QE and negative interest rates erode single currency

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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

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

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

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

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

Fledgling ‘non-traditional’ vehicles gain traction

Net flows in 2013 surge by almost 900%

Managers turn to dark pools to carry out trades

The usual middlemen have stepped back from the business

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