Veteran UK fund manager Anthony Bolton believes that the chance of a Western-style banking crisis in China is "extremely remote".
As Scots gear up for a vote next September on whether they want to end more than 300 years of union with England, Laura Miller asks advisers north of the border what impact they think an independent Scotland will have on their businesses
Hargreaves Lansdown has flagged up five key investment themes to benefit from the announcements made in yesterday’s Autumn Statement.
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