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Why you must give your investments an emergency MOT 11 Jun 7:46pm Updated Why you must give your investments an emergency MOT
Last week Neil Woodford, was forced to freeze his flagship fund. Never have investors been dealt such a stark reminder that past performance is no guarantee of future success.
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Meet the new Bentley Flying Spur with a £165,000 price-tag 11 Jun 7:23pm Updated Meet the new Bentley Flying Spur with a £165,000 price-tag
Bentley has unleashed a new 207mph luxury four-door sports saloon, combining spirited grand touring with modern limousine levels of comfort, luxury and refinement.
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Saga to offer over 50s savers Goldman Sachs Marcus accounts with market-beating interest rates  11 Jun 6:13pm Saga to offer over 50s savers Goldman Sachs Marcus accounts with market-beating interest rates 
The tie-up will give Saga's 2.1m customers access to market-beating interest rates offered by Marcus, the consumer bank launched by Goldman in Britain last year.
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Former Hewlett-Packard boss  accused of lying in the Autonomy fraud trial  11 Jun 6:13pm Former Hewlett-Packard boss  accused of lying in the Autonomy fraud trial 
Cathie Lesjak lied about how she reached the decision to write £7bn off the value of British software firm Autonomy, lawyer Robert Miles claimed.
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Housebuilders and property firms face competition probe 11 Jun 6:13pm Housebuilders and property firms face competition probe
It is thought that up to 100,000 families are trapped in 'unsellable' homes because of expensive and restrictive terms in their contracts.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Jobs bonus for the would-be Tories tax cutters as labour market continues to surprise 11 Jun 6:13pm ALEX BRUMMER: Jobs bonus for the would-be Tories tax cutters as labour market continues to surprise
Just when forecasters thought that employment may have peaked, a further 32,000 jobs were created in the three months to April. The jobless rate is at its lowest level since 1974.
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MARKET REPORT: Hazard detection firm Halma hikes dividend as its safety business booms 11 Jun 6:13pm MARKET REPORT: Hazard detection firm Halma hikes dividend as its safety business booms
The business, which hiked its annual dividend by more than 5 per cent yesterday for the 40th year in a row, is one of the lesser-known members of the FTSE 100 index.
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VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Neil Woodford is betraying investors by refusing to waive fees on his frozen fund 11 Jun 5:04pm VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Neil Woodford is betraying investors by refusing to waive fees on his frozen fund
By the time you reach the end of this sentence, Neil Woodford will have pocketed yet another £35 in fees from the very investors he so badly let down.
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The multi-billion pound question: Are fund fees a rip-off?  11 Jun 5:04pm The multi-billion pound question: Are fund fees a rip-off? 
Humiliated fund manager Neil Woodford was also still under fire last night after refusing to waive his fees on his frozen fund that earn him £2 million a month.
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Pension credit is now key to free TV licence 11 Jun 5:03pm Pension credit is now key to free TV licence
Only the poorest pensioners - those who claim pension credit - will be allowed to continue to watch the public service broadcaster's television channels for free.
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Quiz profits shrink to almost nothing and shares slump nearly 30% 11 Jun 12:20pm Updated Quiz profits shrink to almost nothing and shares slump nearly 30%
This time a year ago Quiz shares were selling for nearly 200p a pop, but after a torrid 12 months and a string of profit warnings, the fashion chain's stock is close to hitting rock bottom.
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Can US smaller companies still offer rich pickings for investors? 11 Jun 11:50am Updated Can US smaller companies still offer rich pickings for investors?
US smaller companies are consistently some of the fastest-growing and most innovative in the world, but are they still ripe for profits? We speak to Nick Ford, of Miton US Smaller Companies fund
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Thousands queue to buy six new Peter Pan 50p coins 11 Jun 11:13am Updated Thousands queue to buy six new Peter Pan 50p coins
It might not be quite as far as Neverland, but you might need to go a little further afield than usual to pick up a new set of rare 50p coins being released
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Mike Ashley launches last-minute legal action against Debenhams 11 Jun 9:24am Mike Ashley launches last-minute legal action against Debenhams
The agreed deal, known as a CVA, will allow Debenhams to shutter at least 22 shops and benefit from lower rents on more than 100 others.
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Economy hit after car makers stopped production ahead of the original March 31 Brexit deadline 11 Jun 4:35am Updated Economy hit after car makers stopped production ahead of the original March 31 Brexit deadline
The UK had been due to leave the European Union on March 31, and several large car firms shut their factories in the immediate aftermath of the deadline so that they could avoid disruption.
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How do you get promoted after hitting your 50s? 11 Jun 4:33am How do you get promoted after hitting your 50s?
If you want to get promoted after reaching your 50s, make your ambitions known to bosses and keep your options open, according to a jobs expert.
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The bottom line: Which profit measures should you pay attention to or be wary of? 11 Jun 4:30am The bottom line: Which profit measures should you pay attention to or be wary of?
'Profit' is one of the most common words in the business cannon but it is also one of the most slippery, meaning wildly different things to different people.
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More Britons are being pursued for motoring offences committed abroad 11 Jun 4:22am Updated More Britons are being pursued for motoring offences committed abroad
Under new rules, it is now easier for foreign police to pursue drivers for breaking laws in their respective countries - and new stats show inquiries have already increased significantly.
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Most UK homeowners expect house prices to grow 11 Jun 4:19am Most UK homeowners expect house prices to grow
Around four in five property owners remain optimistic about house price growth in the next six months, although the picture varies across different regions.
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The £1.5bn cost of doing business with Woodford: Hargreaves slips 15% 11 Jun 4:00am Updated The £1.5bn cost of doing business with Woodford: Hargreaves slips 15%
Shares in the online fund supermarket fell for the fifth day in a row, as Hargreaves was forced to deny that ripples from Woodford's calamity will cause problems for its own in-house funds.
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Majority of UK homeowners expect house prices to grow despite property market slowdown   11 Jun 3:51am Updated Majority of UK homeowners expect house prices to grow despite property market slowdown  
Around four in five property owners remain optimistic about house price growth in the next six months, although the picture varies across different regions.
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Three quarters of workers in their 50s feel blocked in their careers 11 Jun 3:51am Updated Three quarters of workers in their 50s feel blocked in their careers
Three out of four workers aged in their 50s believe they have hit a career ceiling with their current employers, new research from jobs and recruitment firms reveals.
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