The recent troubles at ASOS highlight an important lesson about investing in the stock market - growth is not enough.
UK stocks opened in the red on Tuesday as investors continued to tread cautiously ahead of a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decision and vote on Scottish independence.
The global economic outlook has darkened in recent months, with a slow recovery in the eurozone holding back many other economies, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has said.
The pound could dive a further 10 per cent in as little as a week if a 'yes' vote on Scotland is approved, witnessing a sell-off reminiscent of sterling's fall on Black Wednesday more than 20 years ago, a manager has warned.
This week's referendum on Scottish independence will herald a period of ‘extraordinary political and economic uncertainty’ for the UK whatever the outcome, Neil Woodford has said.
Andy Parsons, head of investment research at The Share Centre, examines the most popular funds on the platform in August.
UK millennials - those born after 1980 - are twice as likely to turn to their parents for financial advice (48 per cent) than to their bank (24 per cent) or other sources, according to new research by BNY Mellon and the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
ASOS investors shaken by profit warnings will be eager for this week's results.
A wave of M&A activity wasn't enough to keep UK stocks from slipping into the red on Monday morning.
Artemis has opened the offer period for three of the five funds it intends to launch for the former Threadneedle US equities team led by Cormac Weldon and Stephen Moore.
Scottish fund managers have suffered outflows in recent months amid increased uncertainty over the outcome of the country's independence referendum.
IG Group has launched a new stockbroking service with real-time pricing.
Maike Currie Associate Investment Director at Fidelity Personal Investing discusses an often neglected part of financial planning - budgeting for long term care.
In the midst of so much political hyperbole, it is difficult to know the real outcome of an independent Scotland. We ask the experts.
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