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(ShareCast News) - The founder of SuperGroup - the company behind the popular Superdry fashion brand - has sold 4m shares due to "personal circumstances" amid reports he plans to use the proceeds to fund his divorce.
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(ShareCast News) - Selling in financial markets around the world thus far has been 'orderly' but the trends in certain market metrics were pointing to the risk that regulators had got it badly wrong in assuming reduced leverage on the part of financial institutions had made the financial system safer, Citi told clients on Friday. 19 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - Asian markets sank on Friday, as investors continued their week-long run for cover and offloaded their riskier assets. 1 hour ago
(ShareCast News) - Tullow Oil has been downgraded from 'outperform' to 'neutral' by Exane BNP Paribas, as it signalled the challenges for the oil exploration and production sector are "worse than we thought". 3 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Strength in the Japanese yen was set to continue throughout 2016 as the 'over-shooting' versus other currencies engineered by the country's central bank unraveled like a 'coiled spring', Barclays said. 47 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - Provider of high-technology tools and systems Oxford Instruments announced the appointment of Gavin Hill as group finance director effective from 9 May following the resignation of Kevin Boyd. 1 hour ago
(ShareCast News) - Eurozone GDP grew 0.3% in the fourth quarter, in line with the previous quarter and economists' forecasts, according to a flash estimate from Eurostat. 2 hours ago
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Retail investors often complain about market makers "shaking the tree", so as a former market maker of 18 years, I want to explain how this is largely a conspiracy theory, writes Wayne Grossman of Aarcas Partners. To explain this properly, we have to go back to the time of the Big Bang.
By the Big Bang, I mean the London Stocks Exchange's dual capacity reforms in the 1980s, NOT the start of the universe! Since the October 1986 deregulation, market makers on the London Stock Market have evolved into what are generally integrated trading houses these days.
Graham Spooner, investment research analyst, picks three stocks from last week’s most-bought shares on the London Stock Exchange.
Investment insights highlights this week are: BP, Barclays and Premier Oil which all stand out in a good and in a bad way last week.
Back in 2003 I held a seminar in London and my guest was hedge fund manager and commodities guru Jim Rogers and whilst talking about mining stocks he said: “A gold mine is a hole in the ground with a liar standing on top of it”.
13 years on I still remember these wise words and any investment in a mining stock should only be considered with risk capital and it’s important to have an exit strategy.
Typically, before each Chinese New Year gold is given to others to welcome good fortune. However, there is no guarantee that the price of gold around the world will rise.
When looking at a chart of gold purchased from 2005 to 2014 you will see a gradual increase in purchasing over these years.
International trade is the lifeblood of the global economy, allowing nations to reap the benefits of their comparative advantage in an increasingly competitive environment.
Each day, billions of dollars in capital, goods and services are transported across the globe to consumers and producers.