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Deals at Speedy Hire, Unite Group, Homeserve and Computacenter

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Companies analysis from our sister publication

Greek crisis presents buying opportunity

Fund managers remain positive on European equities

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Caution urged over Woodford trust premium

Investors advised to wait for cheaper entry point

Financial services firms baffle customers

Regulator declares war on jargon

Mini-bond debacle raises questions

Warning over lack of protection for investors

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Companies analysis from our sister publication

Boardroom trades, June 27

Latest directors’ deals at Lookers, Pendragon, Marshall Motor and Card Factory

Three ideas for juicier yields

Many infrastructure funds are starting to look pricey

HMRC sends ‘spectacularly wrong’ bills

Investors in disputed tax schemes warned to check for inflated demands

Chart that tells a story — small beer

Are brewery investments frothy, or will they fall flat?

Website to reveal fund ‘gas guzzlers’

Boring Money to monitor transaction costs

How to pick a wealth manager

Advisers must be expert in tax, inheritance, mortgages, pensions

The elusive search for Alpha

Wealth managers move up the risk curve

What’s in the box, George?

Relief over election changes to Budget fears

Slow march of the robots

Robo-advisers threatened to disrupt wealth management

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