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Meet the only UK fund to deliver double-digit gains five years in a row: Argonaut Absolute Return

Out of more than 3,500 regulated investment funds in the UK industry VT Argonaut Absolute Return (B7FT1K7) says to ?the best of its knowledge? it is the only one to have delivered double-digit returns for the last five years in a row.The fund?s performance over the past year is particularly eye-catching, returning more than 30% to investors. Since launch in 2009 the fund has achieved a return of 2

Shares in H&T fall over 17% as the UK’s biggest pawnbroker gives profit warning

Pre-tax profits for the year expected to be 10% below market forecastsPre-Christmas retail trading challengingDemand for core pawnbroking at ?record levels?Shares in H&T (HAT:AIM) were down over 17% to 329p in morning trading despite the UK?s biggest pawnbroker reporting a ?robust? performance in the fourth quarter of the year.Aggregate lending in 2023 amounted to £260 million, an increase of 19%

Diageo and Richemont disappoint investors as luxury sales growth slowdown continues

Global spirits leader Diageo's (DGE) shares plunged last week after the Johnnie Walker whisky maker warned on first half profits amid worsening sales in the Latin American and Caribbean region, where macroeconomic pressures have resulted in lower consumption and 'consumer downtrading'.Diageo's shock earnings alert, combined with the slower growth now being experienced by other high-end product pur

Watches of Switzerland ticks up 2.6% as directors snap up shares following sell-off

Directors bought almost £900,000 of stock on 1 SeptRolex purchase of Bucherer hit shares hardWatches of Switzerland still has substantial growth opportunityIt has been a rough few weeks for investors in Watches of Switzerland (WOSG), whose shares plunged after Swiss luxury watch-maker Rolex agreed to buy retail partner Bucherer, one of Watches of Switzerland's rivals.The surprise move raised fear

FTSE 100 ends higher after hawkish words from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell

Despite coming under selling pressure from the slightly hawkish words of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell this afternoon, the FTSE 100 closed in the green on Friday.The FTSE 100 index edged up 4.95 points, or 0.1%, at 7,338.58. The FTSE 250 shed 63.55 points, 0.4%, to 18,131.02, and the AIM All-Share slipped 0.85 of a point, 0.1%, to 733.67.For the week, the FTSE 100 added 1.1%, both the FTSE 2
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