Owain Bennallack and Dividend Edge
's Todd Wenning look back at the investing highlights of the last week.
Is legendary fund manager Neil Woodford right to say shares are 'ludicrously' cheap? One of Warren Buffett's potential replacements, David Sokol, resigns in mysterious circumstances -- so what's going at Berkshire Hathaway? And will investing for your children become simpler when Junior ISAs are launched later this year?
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