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RECENT price action in the markets has caused alarm but in time we think that the volatility may prove to be healthy.

ABOUT 140 years ago, a Philadelphia retailer named John Wanamaker figured his customers and salesmen had better things to do than spend hours haggling. His invention: assigning one price, "...

PEOPLE pay financial advisers thousands of dollars a year to pick investments, rebalance portfolios, adjust risk levels and minimise taxes.

THE rich, as The Great Gatsby author F Scott Fitzgerald put eloquently in one of his short stories, are different from you and me.

LAST year was a great year for Japanese equities. Investors returned to the world's third-largest economy on a wave of euphoria surrounding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's bold ambition to drag...

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