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How to invest in fine wines
The BBC reported in April that 50 UK-based vintage wine investment firms had collapsed over the past four years, taking around �100 million of investors' money with them.
Face off: BlackRock Gold & General vs BlackRock World Mining Trust
Commodity funds have been seen as the investment choice of the market bull. They beat markets on the way up, but then suffer as sentiment turns, but can prove profitable for those who can stand the ride.
ASK THE EXPERTS: Endowment bonus is only �90 so should I cash it in?
This week's experts are CHRIS HOLLOWAY, a chartered financial planner with Dennehy Weller & Co in Chislehurst, Kent; ROBIN COOPER, a solicitor with Buss Murton in Tunbridge Wells, Kent; and PAUL WILLIAMS, an analyst at the London office of ...
Spanish banks face up to €62 billion capital shortfall: Wyman Berger stress test
US-based consultants Oliver Wyman and Germany's Roland Berger, which were mandated to conduct what is essentially a stress test of Spain's banks in a move designed to quell speculation as to the state of the sector, published their findings today ...
Philanthropy debate: Investing's most important evolution?
Impact investing - putting money to work both for profit and social impact - is in its infancy as an industry. But it has the potential to become part of the fabric of financial markets.
FTSE 250 oil firms cheer investors
There was positive exploration and development news from FTSE 250 companies Essar Energy (ESSR), Cairn Energy (CNE) and Premier Oil (PMO) on Wednesday.
Greek private sector lending threatens Cyprus's banks
While Cyprus and its banking sector are struggling to deal with losses from Greek sovereign bonds, a bigger risk looms: a wave of non-performing loans from the private sector that could savage the capital and liquidity position of Cypriot banks in Greece.
Chinese private banking is a work in progress
China's wealthy are growing rapidly in number. But the private banking industry's capacity to cater for them is still limited, not least because of the restricted range of products on offer and the need to educate clients.
Southeastern Europe: Greece sparks fear of new Balkans credit crunch
The increasing discussion of a Greek exit from the euro prompted new fears about its impact on Greece's neighbours in southeastern Europe last month.
China prepares the ground for the Yuan to gradually become a reserve currency
“Companies could kick start their operations in Qianhai with funding from Dim Sum bond sales,” said Kelvin Lau, an economist at Standard Chartered Plc. in Hong Kong. The measures will also help give Hong Kong companies “the first-mover advantage.”.