A golden bangles-to-bullion revolution

The rising demand for 400 oz bars represents the remonetisation of the yellow metal, says John Dizard

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London and Edinburgh will remain international asset management powerhouses, says the IA’s Guy Sears

Trade body hails UK’s post-Brexit future

London and Edinburgh will remain international asset management powerhouses, says the IA’s Guy Sears

Giles opted for his workstation to remain in the EU
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Fund houses pick through Brexit wreckage

The damage to asset managers of Britain leaving the EU was immediate, says Chris Newlands

Antitrade fever runs high in the US

Free trade will not have an ally in the White House next year, says Matt Dabrowski

The perfect financial crime

John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

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Puerto Rico stays in election headlines

‘Foreign law’ bondholders seem to be losing the current round of the debt crisis, says John Dizard

Quantitative exhaustion smothers markets

David Oakley considers the risk that central bankers will resort to helicopter money

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‘There is no real upside [of Brexit]’

Fund executives are denying the risks Brexit poses, says Madison Marriage

UK’s pension regulation questioned

John Ralfe considers Halcrow’s deal with the Pension Protection Fund

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Thatcher’s ghost haunts Democrat pensions

Leftwing plans for defined benefit retirement schemes have taken a strange Republican turn, says John Dizard


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