Global Financial Crisis
RBS share sale a boon for recovery investors
The government’s decision to sell 7.7% of its shares in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will give the beleaguered bank’s financial health a much-needed vote of confidence which should sit well with recovery investors, according to analysts.
Why Miton’s Jane thinks it really could be different this time
This time it really could be different for markets according to Miton’s multi-asset manager David Jane, who argues investors are in for long-periods of low volatility rather than boom and bust.
Post-financial crisis: Where did your money work the hardest?
This Wednesday (9 August) marks 10 years since the global financial crisis began, the morning BNP Paribas finally halted redemptions from funds containing now-infamous CDO instruments. We take a look at six sectors to see where you would have been best placed to invest in the decade that followed.