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Strong start to the year for London Stock Exchange Group

As the London Stock Exchange Group updates the market, Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what it means for investors.

Burberry recommended as a ‘hold’ as China growth prospects remain a concern

As Burberry reports its second half results, Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what they mean for investors.

Challenging the High-Street ISA rates

With the start of a new tax year comes refreshed ISA allowances, and to ensure you have the best rate for 2017-18, you may need to turn away from High Street Banks.

ISAs vs Pensions - which should people invest in?

With the tax free allowance on savings now set at £1,000, people are beginning to consider what the benefit is of investing in an ISA and whether there are other options, such as pensions, that they would be better off investing in.

Why Intel’s purchase of Mobileye is the ‘innovator's solution’

Commenting on the $15bn purchase of Mobileye by Intel, Michael Baxter, Economics Commentator for The Share Centre, said:

Global mining and metals company Vedanta reports 79% rise in Q3 earnings

As Vedanta Resources reports its Q3 results Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what it could mean for investors:

5 million over 50s expected to open a new ISA in 2017

Many people look to their savings to boost their income as they move towards retirement or retire completely, but even though savers continue to be punished by ultra-low interest rates, the over 50s continue to believe that cash is king when it comes to their ISA allowance according to new research by Saga Investment Services.

Leeds starts 2017 with unique fixed rate bond

Leeds Building Society is renewing its commitment to savers ahead of 2017 with the launch of a unique new fixed rate bond.

US elections lead to stock market relief rallies

Fresh research compiled by IG has discovered that on average the Dow Jones rises by 6.4% in the six months following a US election.

The truth about crowdfunding - it can lose your campaign valuable funds

If you’re raising money for a personal cause, setting up a crowdfunding appeal seems an attractive option – set a target, add a photo and tell your story.

In an increasingly uncertain world is now the time to consider flexible investment?

2016 has seen its fair share of shocks. With Donald Trump winning the US election and the UK voting to leave the EU, is it time to take a look at multi-asset strategies?

Stocks to keep you warm this winter

Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, outlines four companies that have the potential to benefit during the winter months.

Clinton vs. Trump - Six reasons to favour US equities, whoever wins next week

Tom Stevenson, investment director for Personal Investing at Fidelity International, highlights how, irrespective of who wins the US Presidential elections, the outlook for US equities is likely to remain positive:

Brexit’s impact so far on global markets

The impact the referendum has had on the economy is not simply limited to the UK. Global business is so interconnected and Britain is one of the major economies of the world, so the markets worldwide have had uncertainty and changes since the Brexit vote.

Traders prioritise convenience, profit, and security

When it comes to what a forex trader wants the bottom line is, simply put, the bottom line. Traders are playing to win so when it comes to picking a brokerage they’ll pick the one that they feel is going to help them make a secure and significant profit.