News by: Daniel Grote
New figures show the price of goods in the eurozone fell 0.6% this month, sending global markets down.
Financial Conduct Authority to review payment protection insurance complaints process and could impose deadline.
All major stock markets are up so far this year, with India's astonishing rally showing no signs of slowing.
A special report on venture capital trusts (VCTs) which provide high income and generous tax reliefs for investors willing to take the risks.
But oil major keeps dividend intact and pledges to do same in next quarter.
A record $18 billion quarterly profit from the iPhone maker buoys investors and edges the FTSE 100 higher, despite heavy falls in Greece.
Investment trust says commodities close to trough and plans £80 million acquisitions with £100 million fund raising that could fuel further deals.
Weakest growth in two years fuels expectations interest rates will be kept on hold throughout 2015.
Energy stocks rally on Opec comments that oil may have bottomed while European markets rise despite Syriza victory.
Henderson Diversified Income manager cuts floating rate bonds to record low as interest rates show little sign of rising.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Close Brothers and Miton.
Manager heads into 2015 with lowest shares exposure in six years, warning conditions ripe for UK balance of payments crisis.
Plans to pump €1.1 trillion into the eurozone drive UK shares towards their best weekly performance since November 2011.
The European Central Bank has launched a huge €1.1 trillion 'quantitative easing' bond buying programme. Here's how it works.
European Central Bank will plough €60 billion into eurozone every month.
Monetary policy committee once again united against rate rise, raising prospect rates could be kept on hold throughout the year.
FTSE 100 closes 108 points higher on reports of €50 billion-a-month quantitative easing in the eurozone.
Hire forms part of push to expand 'multi-asset' investing seen as growth area following government's pension reforms.
Managers of BlackRock Emerging Europe (BEEP) investment trust sold Russia last year but are now considering buying more.
Global investment trust suffers from heavy exposure to stuttering UK shares and fewer holdings in buoyant US market.