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Meet the Investment Influencers: Chris Fleming of Distribution Technology

In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Chris Fleming of Distribution Technology.



GlaxoSmithKline: Reasons for UK Investors to be Cheerful

THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson says despite continuing wobbles, the FTSE 250 is a full 2,000 points higher than it was in FebruaryContinue Reading



FCA delays MiFID II policy statement following new implementation timeline

The Financial Conduct Authority has delayed the release of a policy statement on MiFID II from the first half of this year until 2017.



How can long-term leadership help improve investment?

David Walton, manager of the Marlborough European Multi-Cap fund, explains why the long-term commitment of a company's CEO can provide an important buy signal for investors.



Jupiter: We're Shorting Netflix and Buying BP

Jupiter Absolute Return manager James Clunie says when markets are high it is time to short glamourous companies and quality stocks with too high share pricesContinue Reading



Property and Smaller Company Trusts on a 10% Discount

Looking to pick up a bargain investment in the Brexit aftermath?



Barclays shares jump 7% despite fall in profits

Barclays' shares are up 7% this morning despite the firm announcing a 21% fall in profits during the first half of 2016.



Hargreaves' passives expert Laird exits to join Lyxor

Adam Laird, passive investment manager, is leaving Hargreaves Lansdown after eight years to join ETF provider Lyxor.



JOHCM's Beagles: Post-referendum economic and company data proves it is not as gloomy as many believe

More than a month on from the EU referendum and the sky has not fallen in.



US economic data encouraging - despite potentially higher levels of volatility

The US market continues to climb higher on encouraging economic data, recovering oil prices and the Federal Reserve's cautious approach to raising interest rates, writes Franklin Templeton's Grant Bowers.

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