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Small-caps can see exciting returns — but be prepared for a bumpy ride
In the long run, not very.
Research houses have been chasing an elusive quarry as pricing nosedives
Investors have never had more choice in the market but some query whether this helps or hinders
Sector is braced for more pain after profit warnings and a spate of departures
Andrew Sheets' cartoons form a vivid, illustrated history of finance and markets since the mid-noughties.
Few asset managers make their clients pay and there are significant risks in doing so
City stockbroker hopes to capitalise on disruption from new Mifid II market transparency rules
EU reforms leave smart stock pickers to spot long-term investments
First stirrings of consolidation after start of Mifid II rules for European markets
Analysis of a manager’s trades, rather than historic record, is key to telling if they outperform
Companies are facing challenges over transparency around liquidity and best execution
Aesthetics are overrated, say Citibank
The iPhone halo versus falling margins, lumpy sales, and endless capex.
A 5.3 per cent inflation adjusted return, from here to the horizon...
New European investment research rules trigger sharp drop in commissions
Some effects may have been exaggerated, but that's not the whole story.
Pointless research loaded charges on to investors that they found hard to identify or control
Mifid II rule change prompts “aggressive lowball pricing” threat from banks
Shift of research analysts to Paris is being made ahead of Brexit deadline
Signs that new Mifid II rules around research distribution are beginning to bite
Many junior staff are departing to take in-house roles at asset managers