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The Insider: City deals uncovered

The Insider: City deals uncovered

The most significant director share deals of the week and what they reveal about company prospects.

Get excited about Alibaba IPO

Get excited about Alibaba IPO

Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba will finally list its shares in New York on Friday in what is likely to be the biggest IPO of all-time.

Share Sleuth's September Watchlist

Share Sleuth's September Watchlist

Revenue at wallpaper decorator Colefax's Product Division has increased by 6%, helped by an improving housing market.

What if... energy was free?

What if... energy was free?

A group of investment experts speculate on stocks that might prosper and those that could fall following a hypothetical momentous global event.

Fund profile: Templeton Growth

Fund profile: Templeton Growth

Manager Dylan Ball admits Templeton Growth's contrarian plays, while paying off in the long term, can lead to short-term underperformance.

AIM IPOs - sorting the wheat from the chaff

AIM IPOs - sorting the wheat from the chaff

AIM new issues have raised twice as much this year than in 2013. Andrew Hore weeds out the potential winners and losers.

Geopolitical headwinds force rejig in balanced portfolio

Geopolitical headwinds force rejig in balanced portfolio

Developments in Europe have prompted the balanced portfolio's manager to make his first switch since the portfolio was set up six months ago.

Time to hold back on risk assets in Tactical Asset Allocator

Time to hold back on risk assets in Tactical Asset Allocator

Investors face confusing economic cross currents. Ceri Jones argues that as a consequence, it's not a good time to add to risk assets.

Homeserve now shines too bright despite hot returns in Nifty Thrifty portfolio

Homeserve now shines too bright despite hot returns in Nifty Thrifty portfolio

Five shares have left the portoflio, to be replaced by two Cambridge-based printer makers, a gold miner and a trade show organiser.

Scottish referendum: "yes or no, the world has changed"

Scottish referendum: "yes or no, the world has changed"

Most market pundits think investors should hold fire and make any necessary adjustments to their portfolios during the 18-month handover period.