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Sign the ShareSoc petition for greater shareholder rights

It’s a disgrace that the thousands of shareholders who have nominee accounts do not receive communications from the companies whose shares they hold. That is why Every Investor is supporting

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Small caps: top tech fund manager keen on two tiddlers

Tech stocks are very much in vogue: last week Apple unveiled first quarter net profits of $18bn (£11.8bn), the largest quarterly profit in history. Darren Freemantle, co-fund manager of the

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Small cap: ReNeuron directors buy shares

Two directors at small cap ReNeuron bought shares in the company on January 29 worth a total of around £15,000. Olav Hellenbo, chief executive officer, purchased for the first time,

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Small cap: broker views on EKF Diagnostics

Following a positive trading update yesterday from medical group EFK Diagnostics the four brokers covering it have all produced positive ‘Buy’ notes. In the update, the AIM-listed small cap stock

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3 multi-asset plays on Quantitative Easing

Talib Sheikh, fund manager of JPM Multi-Asset Income Fund has identified three assets plays to take advantage of Quantitative Easing (QE) by the European Central Bank (ECB). Equities Sheikh explained:

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Capita predicts UK dividend growth of 5.7 per cent in 2015

Underlying dividend payments, excluding special dividends, for UK quoted companies are expected to show growth of 5.7% in 2015, compared with 1.4% in 2014. This is according to the quarterly

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Morgan Stanley views QE proposals as a ‘positive surprise’

In a note out today, Morgan Stanley, the US banking behemoth predictably welcomed the announcement from the European Central Bank’s on Quantitative Easing, saying it “goes beyond market expectations and

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European QE: why it can’t work

Despite all the whooping and hollering about how €60bn a month of quantitative easing,  or money printing, by the European Central Bank is going to rescue a Europe that is

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Equities should progress despite European headwinds

After assessing many outlooks for 2015, we can say that much of the forecasts for equity market returns for 2015 have been reasonably positive. After all, GDP growth in the

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Potential mobile telecomms takeover targets

While nothing gets an investor salivating like the prospect of a takeover, finding a potential target can be hard work. Indeed, you must choose carefully when assessing the prospects of