From a Grade II-listed property with follies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Lancashire to an 18th-century bastide in Provence with a walled garden, we bring you seven of the best properties with courtyards and secret gardens.
Knutsford-based DJI Holdings provides software for sales and distribution of lottery products in China.
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Price gouging has become a hot topic for the pharmaceutical industry in America. The latest storm involves the EpiPen, a device that delivers a shot of adrenaline for patients suffering a life-threatening allergic reaction. The post Moneymakers: How the EpiPen became a $1bn blockbuster and caused a political storm was first published on MoneyWeek. Continue…
This 2013 Wirra Wirra should be a dead cert for your cellar, says Matthew Jukes.
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Asset allocation is at least as important as individual share selection. So where should you be putting your money? Here’s our monthly take on the major asset classes.
The pension deficit problem is worsening as “emergency” monetary policy continues. And it’s not just affecting company schemes, it hurts anyone with a “defined contribution” pension. John Stepek explains why.
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In 2008, wheat prices briefly spiked above $13 a bushel, sparking food riots in emerging markets. Since then, they have slumped by more than 70%.
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The year had been an absolute belter for gold stocks – now we’re seeing the correction. Yet with upside ahead and miners still cheap, this is a buying opportunity, says Dominic Frisby.
Passive funds are accused of being “worse than Marxism”, undermining the very fabric of capitalism. John Stepek looks at the growth of passive investing, and what it means for investors.
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