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Investors must recognise disruption risks

Not all recent UK company results have made pleasant reading for shareholders. Some highly regarded retailers – such as Next and Kingfisher – have disappointed, and not just because of the recognised headwinds of Brexit and currency. Something bigger seems to be happening. Across the whole of Europe, the retail sector has lagged the main […]

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The ethics of soft closure. Are emerging markets funds really closed?

The rout of emerging markets has exposed some serious ethical issues. As the crisis progresses, investors are still getting little more than soothing words from most managers. Much of this pays little heed to the change in outlook for the BRICs or the turmoil in emerging Europe. Few managers highlighted the risks in Ukraine, for […]

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