Banks and commodity companies were once again the main focus of attention this week.
Pink Home Loans has provided its appointed representatives with a guide to interest only mortgages at recent seminars held across the country.
M2 Financial has unveiled a three-year plan to double assets under management to £800m and treble its number of advisers to 75.
John Charcol, one of the most well known mortgage broking brands in the UK, has had a tough time of it lately and this looks set to continue.
The manager of the Artemis Strategic Assets Fund explains why he is holding onto his (expensive) bond shorts and unusually is keen to buy equities.
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