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Barclays slapped with record £7.7m fine

Barclays, the UK’s fifth largest bank, has been fined a record £7.7m and forced to pay nearly £60m in compensation to investors who were heavily missold two Aviva funds between July 2006 and November 2008.

Henderson takes over Gartmore

Fund management firm Gartmore has been bought by rival asset managers Henderson Group in a deal worth £335m, after weeks of speculation and uncertainty of the financial health of the company.

Emerging markets investments continue popularity

Investing in the emerging markets continues to surge in popularity in the UK, with two new fund launches and investments pouring into developing countries.

Fine wine investment surges in 2010

The price of fine wine as an investment asset class has risen dramatically over the past year, according to new data from Liv-Ex, the index that tracks the price of the alternative asset.

5 tips to get the best from your savings in 2011

Which? provides you with the top tips to help you make your money work harder for you in the new year.

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