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Crunch time looms for OPEC

The new week has begun on a notably weak footing, as the OPEC meeting looks to be unravelling even before the delegates arrive in Vienna. In London, financial stocks are

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Who wins and who loses in FTSE 100 reshuffle

In the first quarterly review since the Brexit vote The London Stock Exchange has announced that housebuilder Berkeley Group is to be relegated from the FTSE 100 and will be replaced

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Bitcoin is one to watch in 2016

The UK’s decision to leave the EU has left the UK reeling and without direction economically. Ongoing negotiations will play a huge part in future prosperity, yet perception of the

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Traders flock to safe havens

Global markets are on the back foot once more today, as the fears that seemed to fade over the last week reappear once more. Despite the rallying cries of Boris

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Expand your bullion portfolio with The Queen’s Beasts

The Royal Mint has expanded its bullion portfolio with the addition of gold and silver coins celebrating The Queen’s Beasts – ten creatures that have featured throughout hundreds of years

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IMF reveals EU ignored advice on Greek debt talks

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has fiercely criticised the bailout deal offered to Greece by the Eurozone, revealing that the Eurogroup of finance ministers had ignored its advice when negotiating

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Chart of the week: silver prices set to hit US$21 an ounce

Capital Economics has forecast that the price of silver will rise to US$21 an ounce by the end of 2016. In a note out last week, Julian Jessop chief global

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Investors still keen on physical gold ETPs

Evidence appears to be mounting that investors are steadily coming back to physical gold ETPs as a hedge against increasingly volatile global markets. Global inflows into physical gold ETPs increased


Ignore short term noise on US debt ceiling

However the deal is only temporary and will fund the US government through to 15 January 2014 and suspend the debt limit until 7 February 2014, setting up another round

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What to invest in for children

When the child reaches 18 they are entitled to full access to their investments and savings and can use that money to get a foot on the ladder; either to