News by: Daniel Grote
FTSE dives back into the red, weighed down by tumbling miners as Rio Tinto scraps progressive dividend policy.
The huge sell-off in bank shares since the New Year is driven by fears that we could be heading for a Japan-like depression.
Markets steadied as bank shares rallied despite admission by Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen that US economy was vulnerable.
FTSE 100 falls further into the red after yesterday's heavy falls, as stock market rout shows no sign of slowing.
FTSE 100 falls more than 150 points in broad-based sell-off, while gold price jumps in flight to safety.
Miners shrug off rally in dollar after US jobs data to race higher, as investors bet worst is over for beaten-up sector.
If the strong rally in miners is more than a flash in the pan, BlackRock World Mining could be a 'cheap' way to take part.
Shares in Anglo American surge 20% higher and rival FTSE 100 miners aren't far behind as beaten-up commodities surge.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager Nick Train has apologised for losses made on his investment in Pearson, whose shares have halved.
Sell-off in banking stocks shows no sign of slowing, dragging down the FTSE 100, while Scottish Mortgage trust takes a hit.
Bearish fund manager John Bennett fleshes out his gloomy view on markets, saying he doesn't expect to make investors money in 2016.
FTSE 100 drops more than 150 points, with BP among the casualties after unveiling its biggest loss in 20 years.
Shares in Argos owner jump on reports suitor Sainsbury's could announce a takeover deal as early as tomorrow.
Neil Woodford needs to grow his Woodford Patient Capital trust by over 35% to make any money from it this year.