Investment Perspectives

Investment Perspectives

The Investment Trust Show: Investing in UK small caps

This week on "The Investment Trust Show", brought to you in association with Henderson Global Investors, we looked at...

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The Apprentice Investor: Will high interest rates change the investing environment?

Our Apprentices are four members of the Share Radio team who've each been given fifteen thousand pounds of virtual...

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Two Fed rate hikes 'most likely' outcome - says Gregory Daco

The US Federal Reserve increased its interest rate by 0.25 percentage points last night, that's the third time in a...

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MoneyWeek with Merryn Somerset Webb: How to really invest in e-commerce

On this week's magazine, a look on how to really invest in e-commerce. Plus, a reflection on the SNP's demand for a...

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Bank of England leaves rates on hold - when will they rise again?

The Bank of England has left rates on hold at 0.25% - but the move wasn't unanimous, with one vote for a rate rise....

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Sainsbury's squeezed on weak Sterling

Sainsbury's shares have slipped around 2% today as the retailer warns uncertainty over Sterling will impact...

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Has Hammond's U-turn over national insurance damaged his authority?

Hammond's dramatic U-turn on increasing national insurance for self-employed fuelled lots of criticism. The...

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My Portfolio with Lord Lee: Cerillion

On today's edition, Simon and Lord Lee are joined by Louis Hall, CEO of Cerillion.

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Why hasn't No. 10 assessed a cliff-edge Brexit?

The British government has not properly assessed the economic impact of leaving the European Union without a new...

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UK economy not 'rolling over' but wage growth remains soft

Another drop in unemployment figures today, down to 4.7% in the three months to January, but wages aren't growing -...

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Dutch election result to be 'political Rubik's cube'

As the Dutch go to the polls today, the right wing VVD party sits in front with the anti-Islamic and Eurosceptic...

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Premier Oil shares rise but still suffering after making the 'wrong deals at the wrong time'

Premier Oil shares were up more than 14% today - but it's only some relief for investors as the pain of previous...

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UK should plan for 'worst case scenario' from Brexit negotiations

Brexit Secretary David Davis says the UK hasn't assessed the economic effect of leaving the EU without a deal. But...

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Gina Miller: MPs need to 'get some backbone' in Brexit fight

Gina Miller, the businesswoman who won her case on a parliamentary vote ahead of Brexit, says MPs need to step up and...

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Hammond 'looks weak' after U-turn on NI tax changes

Chancellor Philip Hammond has backed down on his budget commitment to increase National Insurance contributions for...

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Can the 'Dutch Trump' win?

Tomorrow sees the first of several elections in 2017 billed as putting the entire fate of the European Union at...

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Under pressure: Are more fund manager mergers on the way?

Analysts have suggested that we could see further bulking up in the asset management sector, spurred on, in part, by...

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Company Casebook: From banking to British dairy champion

The food sector might look like an attractive place to start and grow a business - it certainly did to Joe Chakra of...

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My First Share: The wireless pioneer

On My First Share, Share Radio talks to investment professionals about their first foray into share ownership. Today,...

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US debt limit suspension set to end

The US government has a looming deadline - its suspension of the debt ceiling is set to expire on March 15. But it's...

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