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Faced with an inability to service its debt levels, the Greek economy faces the traumatic and unprecedented possibility of leaving the Eurozone. With its banks already having seen deposit outflows…

JM Finn & Co are sponsoring the Multi-Story Orchestra at the 68th annual Aldeburgh Festival.

There have been some interesting developments recently, with rumours abounding that drinks giant, Diageo, could be on the receiving end of a bid. Rather than another beverage firm seeking to…

Markets have proved remarkably quiet in the weeks since the general election. Shares in the UK have been hopping either side of the 7000 level on the FTSE 100 Share Index, with seemingly little…

JM Finn & Co is supporting a gala preview of the Hackwood Summer Exhibition in aid of St. Michael’s Hospice on Friday 5th June.

So, here is an easy way to raise money at your next charity auction. Get a large glass jar, fill it with at least one hundred one pound coins and auction it.

While there is an old adage in the investment world that you should never believe anyone who says this time is different, it is fair to say that nothing is truly certain. The same is equally true for…

Two weeks ago we took the view that the Tories had more chances to “pull rabbits out of hats” than any other party.

Our domestic market has failed to surrender any of its recent positive momentum, despite a lack of progress in a number of important areas, such as Greece and Ukraine. This could all change soon, of…

Brian Tora, Associate with JM Finn & Co, has been invited to participate in the Market Wrap on Share Radio on Thursday 30th April.

The market seems to be taking the continuing focus on how the country might be run after next month’s general election in relatively good heart. Perhaps the message is that it doesn’t really matter…

JM Finn & Co has, with the help of Eliza Bonham Carter, Curator of the Royal Academy Schools, put on an exhibition of works by students, past and present, of the Royal Academy.

Last month I took the view that the 2008 loose monetary policy had left a raft of “zombie” companies who would usually have gone bust in a proper recession with higher interest rates.