Greece’s left wing opposition has ridden a wave of discontent over the country’s non-existent recovery to a convincing electoral victory yesterday.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi’s €60bn of monthly bond purchases marks the start of eurozone QE.
It was inevitable that the Government would eventually rule out renewable energy projects from EIS qualification, but ample demnd will still drive investment.
I’m tempted to send Mario Draghi a copy of Aesop’s “The Ant and the Grasshopper”, with its lessons on the perils of procrastination.
Stephen Hawking may not agree, but the horrifically complex system that is the global economy looks more unsolvable than any physics problem, even the fabled Theory of Everything.
The US has acted ‘like Richard III’ in its treatment of government-sponsored entities and led to rebellion
The strength of government bond markets has surprised many this year.
As it approaches its next phase of thematic review, the FCA has discovered that many firms’ approach to disclosure was “going into a restaurant and being asked to order without being allowed to see the menu or the price list”.
Morningstar’s Dan Kemp explains why great managers are like poker players and how investment banks undervalue theologians.
The Autumn Statement has closed off the final loophole enabling investment in subsidised renewables within a tax shelter like EIS or VCT.
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‘Just delivering a dividend is not enough, I want excitement,’ says S&W’s UK Equity Income Trust manager
The Schroders pan-European equity manager on making funds his own empires and showing a flair for enterprise.