Barclays offers three times leverage and a cap on social media stocks
Barclays structured product falls foul of financial ombudsman
Adviser extolls the benefits of ‘ETF 2.0’
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Equity-linked underlyings moving to Euro Stoxx 50
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Agreements reached under US Dodd-Frank Act fail to address critical issue of enforcement
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