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RBS shares slide – but this isn’t a buying opportunity

After announcing an £8bn loss, RBS’s share price has taken a beating. However, as Ed Bowsher explains, that doesn’t mean the bank is worth buying.

Which companies will benefit most from Vodafone’s cash bonanza?

Vodafone shareholders are about to get a windfall. Ed Bowsher looks at how this will affect the markets, and how you could take advantage.

Was I wrong about Ocado?

Ocado looked like a terrible prospect when it was floated, said Bengt Saelensminde. But the shares have soared since. So was he wrong after all?

Graphene could change the world… but will it make money?

Graphene has many special qualities, and huge potential. But who is going to make money from it? David Thornton looks at one small-cap British company aiming to do just that.

Britain is back to its old bad habits – expect trouble ahead

People are starting to feel better about Britain’s economy. But there are still some serious problems ahead. Ed Bowsher explains why, and what it means for your investments.

What will the government sell next – and can you profit?

The government looks likely to sell off more assets ahead of the next election. Ed Bowsher looks at what’s on the list, and whether you should buy in.

Read this before investing in the Royal Mail IPO

If you’re tempted to get in on the Royal Mail privatisation, don’t be too quick to part with your money. With IPOs, the odds are stacked against you.

Glaxo faces China bribery claims

The Chinese government has accused pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline of paying $489m in bribes to doctors and lawyers in order to boost sales and profits.

Could the FTSE hit 7,000 this year?

Looking at the FTSE 100 from a fundamental valuation perspective, there’s every reason to believe it can blast through the 7,000 mark, says Bengt Saelensminde.

Co-op will float to fill £1.5bn hole

The Co-operative Bank is going public in order to stave off nationalisation and plug a £1.5bn capital shortfall.

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