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Share of the week: Is OneSavings' 70% return justified?

Share of the week: Is OneSavings' 70% return justified?

Amid market turbulence, OneSavings Bank has surged to all-time highs, which has forced one analyst to make "reluctant" downgrades.

AIM share consolidations: winners and losers

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Former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore looks at the psychological and practical reasons for a company consolidating its shares. He indentifies the success stories, too.

The Briefing: Europe

The Briefing: Europe

Europe as a region certainly offers plenty of potential for those with longer-term investment horizons, says Moneywise's Rob Griffin.

The stockmarket in September

The stockmarket in September

Since 1982 the FTSE All-Share index has on average fallen 1% in September, the worst average return of any month in the year.

How Buffett-style investing can protect against the stress of volatility

How Buffett-style investing can protect against the stress of volatility

It's in periods like the recent correction that legendary investor Warren Buffett would look to buy quality assets at marked down prices. Stockopedia picks its top 10.

Equity market slump: what do asset managers think?

Equity market slump: what do asset managers think?

As the FTSE 100 disp below 6000 and global equity markets slump, we asked three asset managers for their reaction.

Chart of the week: Could this blue-chip lose 80% of its value?

Chart of the week: Could this blue-chip lose 80% of its value?

Our resident technical analyst John Burford discusses the Footsie's fall and warns that one bank could be set for a very painful year.

Storm arrives - time to take shelter

Storm arrives - time to take shelter

The time has now come to start moving more heavily to cash, says Lance Roberts at STA Wealth Management.

Share of the week: Kaz Minerals leads despite poor results

Share of the week: Kaz Minerals leads despite poor results

Surging 18% over the last week, Kaz Minerals is riding at the top of the FTSE 350.

Why small caps should be a big consideration

Why small caps should be a big consideration

We are now beginning to see a positive change in sentiment towards the benefits of small-cap investments, says Richard Bullas at Franklin Templeton.