Michael Murray: There is something for everyone in the banking inquiry’s terms of reference, but the politicians should concentrate on seven issues in particular
Michael Murray: To their own detriment, many investors are often driven to irrational paralysis because of an aversion to capital gains tax
It happens to investors quite often.
The Central Bank may be mixing the ingredients in the wrong proportions, at the wrong time, with the oven at the wrong temperature.
Michael Murray: The best learning experiences often come from case studies of things going badly wrong, especially for sector icons like Tesco
The unravelling of events at Tesco over the past five years is a good case study for investors and bankers alike.
Michael Murray: Shares in outsourcing firms should offer a wealth of opportunity, but reputational risks can be costly
Every business faces risks of a financial, operational, market, business, regulatory and reputational nature.
Since last weekend, there has been a multitude of headlines and opinion polls that have caused many ordinary investors to panic.
Online investing can mean different things to different people.
Michael Murray: Monsanto's robust business model, and the dynamics of the food market, make it a pricey but worthwhile investment
There are no certainties in the stock market.