The EU pension system needs reform

European households need a simple long-term savings product

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Making money from distress is not that easy, says John Dizard

Star fund managers defy sell-by dates

Madison Marriage asks if the age of investment managers matters

The going gets tough for value managers

John Plender addresses the big question: to dump or not to dump?

An over-clever way to prepare for crisis

Making money from distress is not that easy, says John Dizard

A mild case of 2007 déjà vu

Money has poured into illiquid fixed income assets, writes David Oakley

‘Magic pencil’ shrinks MP pension deficit

John Ralfe pleads for a public debate on British members of parliament’s retirement scheme

FUYANG, CHINA - JULY 07: (CHINA OUT) Investors observe the stock market at a stock exchange hall on July 7, 2015 in Fuyang, Anhui Province of China. Chinese shares rebounded to 3,700 points from 3585 points on Tuesday, while by the end of Tuesday's close, the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 47.72 points, or 1.26 percent, to close at 3728.19 points. The Shenzhen Component Index slid 700.17 points, or 5.80 percent, to 11375.60 points. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)
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Free China markets, as long as they rise

The bursting of the equity bubble could have significant knock-on effects, says James Mackintosh

Deutsche and Goldman’s Kurdistan oil war

Seething fury surrounds the handling of competing bond issues in Iraq, writes John Dizard

Bonds are heading into uncharted waters

Fixed income will be more volatile and tied to equities, say Pierre Lagrange and Simon Savage

The tricky business of currency hedging

More and more companies have costs and revenues in numerous currencies, says John Plender

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