magazine 28 Mar 2019

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This week’s Shares features seven growth stocks aimed at individuals looking to use up any remaining ISA allowance before the end of the tax year.

Discover what’s been spooking the markets in recent days, read about how challenger banks have been getting on, and learn why certain types of ETFs are riskier than you may think.

Get under the bonnet of retailer The Works and find out how a certain investment trust is able to switch investors into three different buckets depending on their needs.

Discover nine ways to save more than £3,000 and learn how the Financial Services Compensation Scheme works for investments.

Do you have any unused ISA allowance? Take a look at these exciting investment ideas before the start of the new tax year

Cost of bond issue and shareholder dilution didn’t go down well

We look at some of the past week’s share price movers

We look at how global markets responded to the latest downbeat economic figures

Wine specialist could become an online-only operation as it prioritises the Naked Wines brand

The company has yet to convince investors that its stock is worth buying

We explain how JPMorgan caters for investors’ different needs

These simple steps will free up money which can be used to top up your investments

The bond market has issued another warning sign which has caused a widespread decline in share prices

However earnings forecasts have already been downgraded by 7% this year

We look at how this new breed of financial services players have performed

The company's strong full year numbers help to revive the share price

Well failure is a setback but it does not undermine our confidence in the company

Nigerian oil producer boosts buyback alongside record results

Full year results have triggered a new share price rally

The precision engineer has been caught up in consumer electronic industry issues

We look at the pros and cons of synthetic ETFs compared to the more popular physical versions

AJ Bell expert Tom Selby explains how the Financial Services Compensation Scheme works