Investors Chronicle — February 6 highlights

Companies analysis from our sister publication

Halfords finance boss drives up stake

Mason boosts holding despite flat trading

Rebus collapse increases protection calls

Investors left counting a heavy cost

A pound’s still worth a pound — for now

First, negative interest rates — capital controls might not be far behind

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Rebus becomes largest crowdfunded failure

Administration for claims group that raised £800,000 on Crowdcube

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Wealth managers hire Donkey Kong coders

Financial firms pick ‘gamification’ apps to sell services

Low returns ‘new norm for investors’

Volatility will continue to rock stock markets

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RPC board swoops at rights issue

Chief executive heads the buyers as group expands

Chart that tells a story — British shopping

How we’re buying more at lower prices

Investors Chronicle — January 30 highlights

Companies analysis from our sister publication

Lord Lee shares investment tips

FT Money small-cap columnist meets over 200 readers

Neil Woodford top pick for Isa savers

Star fund manager still top despite Northwest row

Money manager capitalism harms us all

Mourn the passing of old-fashioned share ownership by individuals

Looming tax changes prompt dividend rush

Rates on dividend income will rise by 7.5 percentage points in April

Income Investor: FTSE 100 dividends in the danger zone

Identifying the blue-chip winners and losers

Revealed — the worst investment funds

Spot the Dog highlights those that miss benchmarks over three years

FTSE fallout hurts UK investment trusts

Trusts can be cheaper than markets they invest in

Investors Chronicle — January 23 highlights

EE tie-up will boost the group’s ‘quad-play’ offering

Boardroom trades, January 23

Transportation group boosted by acquisition

Can the gold price continue to shine?

A US rate rise has not deterred gold bugs, but trend seems weak

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