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Seven months after Sherborne’s Ed Bramson sold out of Barclays after failing to overhaul the bank, he has targeted US student loan company Navient.
New fund launches played a huge part in what was a record year for money-raising by investment companies in 2021.
Real estate investment trusts complete a flurry of deals before the New Year as the property sector continues to see growing demand.
Christmas songs have grown in popularity each year, with the record set in 2020 after a tough year of Covid restrictions. This yuletides, streamers are on track to put even more hours in.
The FTSE 100 made a bullish start to the year, with big gains for banks and travel stocks on Tuesday after Wall Street set another round of records overnight.
Investment trusts featured in a number of recommendations over the Christmas holiday.
The Janus Henderson European equity fund manager bemoans the ESG crowd’s shunning of whole industries with a role to play in energy transition.
High-yielding BlackRock Latin American confirms it will offer to buy back up to a quarter of its shares after failing to beat its stock market benchmark over the past four years.
The impending minutes from the US Federal Reserve halted the optimistic start to 2022 that global stock markets enjoyed yesterday, with a rate rise expected in March.