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Has Osborne done enough to shore up the shaky housing market?

31 July 2015 9:06 am | By Mark Sands

The Chancellor said his recent policies are of a Government “unwavering” in its support of home ownership.

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Daniel Ben-Ami: Comparing the West with China

29 July 2015 3:37 pm | By Daniel Ben-Ami

Although it is possible to use the same metrics in both China and the West, such as price-earnings ratios, the context is entirely different.

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Multi-manager verdict: Is property on the rise?

24 July 2015 8:55 am | By Fund Strategy

UK commercial property saw a boom in recent years, but what lies ahead for managers and investors?

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Cover story: Investors flood to untested absolute return funds

20 July 2015 10:00 am | By Rodrigo Amaral

Despite promising a less volatile ride in down markets and still deliver decent gains, the latest absolute return funds have not been tested in a crisis.

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Profile: Richard Romer-Lee on building trust and putting customers first

24 July 2015 2:28 pm | By Amanda Newman Smith

Romer-Lee talks about learning lessons from setting up OBSR and the future of Square Mile.

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Ingenious' Guy Bowles: Greece and China are 'irrelevant'

24 July 2015 2:26 pm | By Laura Suter

The multi-asset manager is more concerned with the US rate rise.

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Fund manager profile: BlackRock's Justin Christofel

10 June 2015 10:00 am | By Laura Suter

BlackRock’s Christofel is keen to stand out from the large crowd when it comes to the new pension freedom rules.

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Invesco Perpetual: Woodford leaving was a good thing

13 May 2015 4:16 pm | By Beth Brearley

Neil Woodford leaving the fund house was a positive, says Invesco Perpetual chief investment officer Nick Mustoe.

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