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Election 2016: The key trends to watch out for as election day looms

Election 2016: The key trends to watch out for as election day looms

Election 2016 takes place against a different backdrop to its predecessor

Betty Power hits the ground running

Betty Power hits the ground running

The puerile publicity stunts may be continuing apace, but there is still plenty of pressure on Breon Corcoran to make the merger work

Stephen Kinsella: Ignore the jargon, banks are stressed out

Stephen Kinsella: Ignore the jargon, banks are stressed out

Markets are fearful and, unless they’re mega-rich, investors are finding it hard to make money, writes Stephen Kinsella

Paddy Power: Betting industry is no two-horse race

Paddy Power: Betting industry is no two-horse race

While the Paddy Power/Betfair merger has created a Goliath, the betting industry is no two-horse race

Invested:Past tense, future perfect: take steps now to shape your portfolio

Invested:Past tense, future perfect: take steps now to shape your portfolio

Editor’s Note

Invested: New Adidas chief gears up for long race ahead

Invested: New Adidas chief gears up for long race ahead

Adidas’s incoming chief executive Kasper Rorsted is a stock market darling, but he will need all of his corporate wiles to keep the German sportswear giant ticking over, writes Ed Micheau

Invested: Is there value  in the Reit game?

Invested: Is there value in the Reit game?

The gains may be more gradual and less easy to come by, but the market is less volatile

Meagre take-up of pension access scheme

Meagre take-up of pension access scheme

Almost 16,500 retirement savers have so far availed of the scheme

Invested: The well of healthy business is shaping up nicely

Invested: The well of healthy business is shaping up nicely

Wellness is not just the preserve of start-ups – and it is an industry gathering pace, particularly when it comes to generating investor interest

Invested: Fortune-telling? It’s a slow, steady outlook for property

Invested: Fortune-telling? It’s a slow, steady outlook for property

A new ‘patchwork quilt’ of consumer credit law

A new ‘patchwork quilt’ of consumer credit law

The Tax Take: Dear Minister-to-be...

The Tax Take: Dear Minister-to-be...

Some sound advice for a new Minister for Finance

Invested: Investing in a crisis market

Invested: Investing in a crisis market

Equity investors can diversify holdings to better manage risk, while risk-targeting and risk-aware investing adjust exposure, depending on prevailing appetites

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Ask Emma

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Invested: America: the new tax haven

Invested: America: the new tax haven

To many observers’ surprise, the US is now viewed as a leading tax haven for wealthy foreigners, earning itself the sobriquet of ‘the new Switzerland’. Jesse Drucker reports