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Our exclusive Accumulator table shows all global markets were up in the week ending Thursday, apart from a small fall in Russia.
David Sandham explains why the spring sell-off in technology equities represents a healthy 'correction' rather than heralding a repeat of the dotcom crash at the start of the century.
Savers who strip out their pension under the new retirement rules need to check they won't be losing one of these four key benefits.
Second quarter US growth figures should show world's biggest economy has bounced back after cold winter.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including GlaxoSmithKline and Mitchells & Butlers.
However, the S&P 500 set another record closing high as Facebook rallied on higher revenue.
And junk bond returns head for worst month in nearly a year as bull run stalls.
Martin Currie, the loss-making Edinburgh-based fund manager, has agreed to be bought by US investment giant Legg Mason.
Experts debate what matters most when designing investment portfolios: income or total return?
My Russia investment trust has fallen after a momentous week, but I'm going to hold steady.
B&Q owner falls 7.5% on disappointing sales. FTSE flat as investor caution prevails amid geopolitical tension.
Hugh Young is tilting the Aberdeen Asian Income investment trust away from high yield shares in anticipation of the US ending quantitative easing or money printing.
The US is a hard market to beat. We look at investment trusts in the North America sectors to see which deliver the goods for investors.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including Provident Financial and Poundland.
And Big Six energy suppliers could be broken up by investigation into profits and prices, as Competition and Markets Authority sets out its concerns about the sector.
However, Boeing weighed on the Dow and conflicts in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip kept the broader market's gains in check.