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Here's what Neil Woodford bought and sold in October

Here's what Neil Woodford bought and sold in October

Star fund manager Neil Woodford has come in for some stick recently, but things picked up last month. Lee Wild reveals his latest trades.

Bargain hunter: Star fund manager on 13% discount

Bargain hunter: Star fund manager on 13% discount

This trust has doubled investors' money over the past five years, yet is offering a double-digit discount. Kyle Caldwell reveals its identity here.

What's really going on at Finsbury Food?

What's really going on at Finsbury Food?

Analyst Richard Beddard is preparing to throw questions rather than bread rolls at the baker's AGM next week. Here's what he thinks of the shares now.

Autumn Budget 2017: Preview

Autumn Budget 2017: Preview

Don't expect a 'giveaway' budget, but the chancellor is under serious pressure to get the PM out of a scrape. Emil Ahmad gives the odds on a raft of potential new measures next week.

The week ahead: Autumn Budget, William Hill, easyJet, Compass

The week ahead: Autumn Budget, William Hill, easyJet, Compass

There's plenty to keep investors occupied in the days ahead, with a truckload of corporate updates either side of Wednesday's Autumn Budget.

FTSE 100 and why Carillion shares are worth just 1p

FTSE 100 and why Carillion shares are worth just 1p

There's plenty of competition among the blue-chips this week, but Lee Wild hands the prize for biggest cock-up to bombed-out builder Carillion.

How our adventurous and cautious trust tips have fared in 2017

How our adventurous and cautious trust tips have fared in 2017

Some of our tips have bucked the stagnant markets of the past quarter, but Edinburgh is not one of them and is being replaced. Fiona Hamilton explains the rationale.

The Oil Man: Parkmead, Zenith Energy, Cairn

The Oil Man: Parkmead, Zenith Energy, Cairn

Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Stockwatch: A speculative AIM trade

Stockwatch: A speculative AIM trade

This share has taken a big blow recently, but there is still an interesting story here. Edmond Jackson discusses the current dilemma.

Investors fear inflation and low interest rates more than Brexit

Investors fear inflation and low interest rates more than Brexit

Investors view high inflation and low interest rates as more of a threat to their wealth than Brexit, according to new research. Helen Knapman takes a look at investors' biggest concerns.

FTSE 100 and some mysterious moves

FTSE 100 and some mysterious moves

It's difficult to gauge which way the market wants to go right now, admits chartist Alistair Strang, but these are the numbers to watch Friday.

Prudential results trigger fresh assault on record high

Prudential results trigger fresh assault on record high

Its share price is up over 70% since summer 2016, but Pru is doing so well a break into record territory is predicted by this expert, writes Graeme Evans.

Bitcoin rallies, records and lawsuits

Bitcoin rallies, records and lawsuits

After bitcoin's phenomenal recovery, the cryptocurrency market is now valued at over $200 billion! Industry expert Gary McFarlane rounds up all the week's action.

Red faces at GKN after new CEO fired

Red faces at GKN after new CEO fired

Two months after being told he'll be crowned head honcho in January, GKN has sacked poor Kevin Cummings. Graeme Evans dishes the dirt.

The Oil Man: President Energy, Wentworth Resources, Premier Oil

The Oil Man: President Energy, Wentworth Resources, Premier Oil

Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Meet the fund manager: Where British Empire is finding value

Meet the fund manager: Where British Empire is finding value

When it comes to extracting an investment's value, British Empire Trust's Joe Bauernfreund prefers the carrot to the stick. Lindsay Vincent explains.

Why there's huge relief at Royal Mail

Why there's huge relief at Royal Mail

Half-year results could have easily gone either way at Royal Mail. Lee Wild gives us his view and makes sense of the latest stockmarket sell-off.

Why there's huge relief at Royal Mail

Why there's huge relief at Royal Mail

Half-year results could have easily gone either way at Royal Mail. Lee Wild gives us his view and makes sense of the latest stock market sell-off.

Could there really be 63% upside at Walker Greenbank?

Could there really be 63% upside at Walker Greenbank?

This highly-regarded AIM stock is a hugely successful British company, but a spot of bother has wiped out over a quarter of its value, reports Graeme Evans.

Eight top shares that meet Jim Slater's investment rules

Eight top shares that meet Jim Slater's investment rules

Investors interested in small-cap shares will know that growth has got expensive, but Stockopedia's Ben Hobson has found eight sensible growth companies at a fair price.