Ageing populations and currency wars

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We all know old people are annoying. But do they also destroy our monetary system, asks John Dizard

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A marker measures the water level at the Jaguari Reservoir near Sao Jose dos Campos in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Thursday Nov. 13, 2014. ©Bloomberg
Awareness of the risks of climate change is not reaching board level
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Vanguard founder says funds are a marketing innovation, but questions whether they serve investors

Life expectancy of eurozone QE shrinks

The ECB has made its move just when the economy appears to be on the turn, says John Plender

A blueprint for battling fund market sexism

The fund industry can and should do more to recruit and retain female staff, says Madison Marriage

Follow the digital slime trail

Technology will change fund management, writes Anne Richards

The rise of the robo-adviser

Investors look to a new breed of wealth manager: automated, low-cost money management providers

Not an argument for a heartless state

John Dizard compares Greece’s handling of the financial crisis with that of the Baltic states

Why Pratchett was right on central banks

The late author’s fantasy finds life in US economy, writes James Mackintosh

Who should pay for benefits of actives

Without the work of analysts, the economy would be more inefficient and we would all be worse off

Father of passives has doubts about ETFs

Vanguard founder says traders and brokers are the only winners of short-term trading

Embrace the contradictions of QE and sell

Short selling by prudent fiduciaries is not about greed, but preserving the beneficiaries’ capital


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