News by: Daniel Grote
Sterling loses ground against the dollar and FTSE 100 drops as two polls show swing towards a 'leave' vote in upcoming EU referendum.
Our Accumulator data table shows a strong week for global stock markets that saw many drag themselves out of the red for the year.
Not for the first time this year, European investment trusts look cheap as they once again fall out of favour.
French insurer continues to offload UK businesses, selling pensions division and Sun Life protection business to insurance consolidator.
Shares in Neil Woodford-backed hostel group tumble on lower European bookings blamed on 'recent geopolitical events'.
Surprise rights issue by Spain's Banco Popular sparks jitters in banking sector, which weighs down FTSE 100.
Investors relieved after late-night talks end in agreement on Greek debt deal, helping global markets rise.
Shares in Marks and Spencer fall as new boss Steve Rowe warns his turnaround plan will hurt profits in the short term.
Banks rally on strong mortgage lending and hopes court ruling will blunt US regulators. Pound jumps as Brexit poll underlines 'remain' lead.
Noise from the US Federal Reserve over an interest rate rise sent stocks slumping this week, as our Accumulator data table shows.
Fidelity Special Values and Baillie Gifford Japan boast strong long-term returns but their shares remain resolutely 'cheap'.
FTSE 100 claws back losses thanks to rebound in miners, while Ladbrokes surges as Coral merger moves step closer.
Hawkish US Federal Reserve says it could raise interest rates next month, hitting global stock markets.
Hargreaves Lansdown reports drop in outflows after worst ISA season on record, as Brexit fears weigh on investors.
Government expects to relaunch its sale of Lloyds shares to the public this year, having postponed the offer due to market falls.
Fears the US Federal Reserve could respond to inflation jump with June interest rate hike dampen investors' mood.
Industrial Heat, a technology company backed by Neil Woodford, hit by $89 million lawsuit from scientist in dispute over claimed invention.
House builder leaps to top of FTSE 100 after announcing new special payout and pledging more dividends over coming years.
Neil Woodford's fund management group has applied to switch structure after explosive growth of the business.
Brent crude rises to six-month high after Goldman Sachs claims supply disruptions have flipped oil market into deficit.