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Fine wine records strongest increase in five years 20/05/2016
It may be time to return that 1990 bottle of Bordeaux to the cellar as the fine wine market is continuing to show signs of recovery, according to new research from The Wine Investment Fund.

Numismatics world record broken as one penny coin sells for £72,000 10/05/2016
A 1933 Pattern Penny has smashed the World Record for a copper or bronze coin sold at auction, garnering a final purchase price of £72,000 after a five minute stand off between two telephone bidders at Baldwin’s auction room at 399 Strand on 4 May.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 01/04/2016
The most read stories on thewealthnet this week.

The week on eprivateclient - First Names, PKF, Richmond Group and more... 08/02/2016
A look at the most popular stories on eprivateclient last week

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 05/02/2016
Last week on thewealthnet - the biggest stories from wealth management you may have missed.

PAM Insight's 50 Most Influential reception in photos 01/02/2016
Pictures from the champagne reception sponsored by Deloitte

Who is Freddie Pooter? The most controversial columns 2015 23/12/2015

A liquid asset that has generated real annualised returns of 4.1 percent since 1900 16/10/2015
The finding that the average price of a five-year old bottle of first-growth Bordeaux cost just £6 in 1975 compared to about £500 today is almost guaranteed to generate headlines, especially in publications devoted to wine.

Standard Bank tastes a splash of claret for clients 24/07/2015
Standard Bank Wealth and Investment has teamed up with wine merchants, Berry Bros. & Rudd

Chinese market volatility boosts art investments - Willstone Management 21/07/2015
Recent volatility in the Chinese stock market has led locals to redirect their capital investments into art, says Willstone Management, an art investment firm based in London and Hong Kong.

 
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