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While historically the gold price has always been linked to inflation, Arthur Clayton examines the Asian markets and how demand for gold in India and China has fuelled the bull run in the past decade.
Financing a football club comes with its set of risks including bankruptcy. Mark Bladon analyses a club’s sources of income, its main overheads, traditional sources of financing and establishes why creativity is required to protect a bank’s downside risk.
Neil Urmson from South Africa examines the new age of financial repression, in which very low interest rates make it very difficult for investors to earn a real return. What can the astute investor do to overcome this?
Over the last year Equities have held up well against a challenging backdrop. The reasons for this resilience remain in place, so although investors must expect further political turbulence in 2012, there is also good reason for optimism. John Haynes comments…