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Barnett to take over Edinburgh Investment Trust

It was announced this morning that Mark Barnett was going to take over management of the Edinburgh Investment Trust (EDIN) as of today, 28th January 2014.

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Water companies gain as BG Group plunges

Egypt troubles prompt BG Group to warn on 2014 and 2015 production but water companies rally on Ofwat price review hopes.

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Should BG Group be broken up?

BG Group has cut its guidance for the fourth time. Is breaking up the group the best way to get value for embattled shareholders?

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UK car market to beat expectations this year

Good news for the UK car market but emerging market worries persist

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UK investors to increase socially responsible investment exposure

We have commissioned some research into investor attitudes towards Socially Responsible Investing. Here are some of the key findings.

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Charles Stanley at the Harlequins v Clermont game

As part of our sponsorship with Harlequins rugby, a number of Charles Stanley employees from around the group hosted 47 of their IFA’s and professional contacts at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday the 18th January for an unmissable Harlequins v Clermont game.

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Emerging market rout hits the FTSE

The FTSE 100 fell on Friday, as investors continued to worry about prospects in emerging markets. Gold rallied, boosting Randgold Resources and Fresnillo.

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Charles Stanley Interim Management Statement

Total client funds reach a new record of £20.1 billion with revenue for the quarter to the end of December 2013 reaching £36.7 million. Managed funds rise from £9.3 billion to a new high of £11.1 billion.

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Video:Next Week in the Market: 27th-31st January 2014

Douglas McNeill takes a look at the companies reporting next week including BskyB, Diageo and Royal Dutch Shell

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Will AB Foods spin off Primark?

This week, speculation re-emerged that AB Foods is thinking of breaking itself up. Would this be a sensible move, or are M&A bankers guilty of wishful thinking?

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Is Unilever’s rebound sustainable?

Unilever warned in October that emerging market sales would slow. However, today’s fourth-quarter numbers offered a much brighter view.

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Gold miners jump on South Africa strike notice

The FTSE traded flat on Monday, in relatively quiet trade. Precious metals miners rose after South African unions said that it would send strike notices to gold miners as well as platinum producers.

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A UK shale gas industry could be decades away

Two-thirds of industry players think the UK shale gas sector is at least 10 years away from making a significant impact on UK energy supplies, according to a study released by law firm Pinsent Masons.

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Admiral soars as price war eases

The FTSE 100 traded flat on Friday, despite a fall in Royal Dutch Shell following a “substantial” profit warning

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