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The Rothermeres own 36 per cent of DMGT, but Mr Harmsworth - who inherited his role as the company’s chair and controlling shareholder on the death of his father in 1998 - has owned all issued voting shares since 2013.

The Rothermeres are considering taking the owner of the Daily Mail newspaper private in a deal that would value the group at £810 million (€944 millio(...)

Valuations can be a powerful long-term investment tool, but they’re not good for timing A bull and a bear statue standing outside the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. Deutsche Boerse is in advanced talks to buy NYSE Euronext, operator of the New York Stock Exchange. Illustrates NYSE-ANALYSIS (category f), by Nina Mehta and Nandini Sukumar (c) 2011, Bloomberg News. Moved Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011. (MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg News photo by Hannelore Foerster.)

Getting greedy in an expensive bull market isn’t wise, but neither is trying to time the top of the market. Many strategists are cautioning that the (...)

China’s largest bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), said on Tuesday its unit had received approval to set up a foreign-controlled wealth management firm with Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

China’s largest bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), said on Tuesday its unit had received approval to set up a foreign-controlled we(...)

Technology stocks helped Wall Street’s main indexes rebound on Thursday after three sessions of declines. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

European stocks dipped on Thursday, weighed down by a fall in heavyweight miners after commodity prices tumbled, while a rapid rise in US inflation ke(...)

Elaine Sullivan co-founded Carrick Therapeutics in 2016.

Schroder UK Public Private Trust, which was previously led by disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford, has sold its stake in Irish biopharmaceutical comp(...)

Larry Fink, founder and chief executive of the investment firm BlackRock, said that a ‘tectonic shift’ in the investment landscape was happening faster than he expected. Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Times

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, will push companies to commit to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 and raised the prospect of dumping(...)

European equities touched a three-month low earlier today

US technology stocks were set for further falls as concerns about economic damage from coronavirus drove investors to take more profits from a sector (...)

Standard Life Aberdeen has reported a first-half pre-tax profit of €216m.

Standard Life Aberdeen’s clients switched to more defensive assets in the first half of its financial year, while the coronavirus pandemic meant tough(...)

Money bags and world currencies. Capital investment, savings. Economics, lending business. Profit income, dividends payouts. Crowdfunding startups investing. Banking service, budget monetary policy

If bankers’ pay was the lightning rod for political anger during the financial crisis, company dividends are rapidly assuming a similar role in the co(...)

BAML’s surveys show UK stocks have been disliked by fund managers for the past five years. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty

Brexit-related progress helped British assets rally last week but the long-term picture remains bleak, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s (B(...)

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