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The prize draw of £15,000 for our New ISA competition has just been made and the winner is… More…


Bull and Bear: An optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news, today’s stories: Life in the old high street dog yet: HMV’s marked turnaround. A global peek: Mexico, Taiwan and – would you believe it – Turkey are the stars of manufacturing in August. House price update. Construction booming

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Neil Woodford has jumped out of HSBC. The level of debt taken on to buy shares at margin has hit an all-time high. However, banks are up in arms about a proposed new rule that could make the cost of funding short selling five times more expensive.

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The highest number of trades completed at The Share Centre, yesterday. More…


Bull and bear: An optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news, today’s stories: “You should call it Russian Petroleum not British Petroleum,” says former Yukos man. Is Dave Lewis the Louis van Gaal of Tesco? UK manufacturing dips but retail looks stronger. Eurozone inflation falls again, as Ireland belies downward trend.

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Investment insights, 1 September

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Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, looks back at last week’s top buys and this week’s top share tips. More…


Sheridan Admans, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains why RPC is attractive to medium risk investors looking for a balanced investment.

  • Move into growing Asian markets and strong dividend policy attractive for investors
  •  Recent acquisitions are all performing well, with integration on track
  • The Share Centre recommends RPC as a ‘buy’ for investors More…

German businesses are worried about what they call a ‘sense of complacency’ in Germany and seem especially alarmed about the introduction of a minimum wage. Meanwhile in France the latest idea to get the economy back on its feet is to encourage the greater use of the French language world-wide. Across the west, the new bogey man, or at least one of the new bogey men, is Russia. All three are flawed, and they are flawed for pretty much the same reason.

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Top purchased funds, July 2014

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Andy Parsons, head of investment research at The Share Centre, examines the most popular funds in July 2014.
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Bull and bear: An optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news, today’s stories: The Robots are coming. Japan stumbles. France looks at slaying sacred cow. Good news on the US. Russian equities attractive?

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