Investment trust Scottish Mortgage could be promoted to FTSE 100 in the next quarterly reshuffle.
Cash withdrawals are the most popular option for people who access their pension funds, according to a new report.
For the second year in a row global dividend growth has disappointed; we take a look at the reasons why.
House prices in the UK continue their upward trajectory, rising by 7.2% over the year to December 2016, with the average house costing £219,544.
Unilever should 'examine its portfolio' after Kraft Heinz's failed takeover attempt, says this leading European fund manager.
New banks continue to edge up the rates they pay on their internet-based accounts, with Charter Savings Bank the top payer over 12, 18 and 24 months.
Investors enjoyed the fruits of exuberant market performance in 2016 despite emergent political risks, but they face great uncertainty in 2017.
Making full use of the tax breaks available on pension contributions can involve complex calculations. Steve Webb outlines what investors need to know.
Reading news tells you what everyone is focused on, but to be successful you should know something others don't, says Ken Fisher.
When markets are stretched it's tempting to run to cash, but three trusts take contrarian investor David Liddell's eye.
Investors cite cost and value for money as the primary driver when selecting their provider of choice, research has found.
We need a kitemarked guidance framework that can be adopted by firms and create a standard, portable FactFind and financial plan, says Tisa's David Dalton-Brown.
Britvic and other soft drinks manufacturers may be following tobacco, gambling and alcohol firms into the sin stock category, says Richard Beddard.
Key pockets of value remain in Japanese equity markets that should not be overlooked by investors seeking opportunities in under-priced sectors, says Man GLG's Stephen Harker.
Saltydog's trend-investing approach really took advantage of the markets' upturn from June last year, making a sharp jump upwards of 10 per cent.