News by: Daniel Grote
(Update) FTSE 100 erases morning's losses as US data softens investors' growth fears.
Struggling investment trust hopes the man who replaced Richard Buxton at Schroders can revive its fortunes.
UK's largest financial advice group handed big fine after seeking payments of up to £750,000 a year from financial product providers.
US and UK shares trackers now cost 0.1%, and just 0.06% on Hargreaves Lansdown.
(Update) Hopes that the US Federal Reserve won't be in any rush to raise interest rates sends stocks higher.
SFO move follows Deloitte investigation revealing profit overstatement was even worse than first thought.
Building society unfairly treated mortgage customers struggling to meet repayments and will pay £8.4 million compensation.
Move follows Ilario di Bon's departure from the underperforming global investment trust.
Former Schroder UK Opportunities and Schroder UK Growth manager to run new UK fund for Sanditon.
Fund sales have fallen to their lowest level since the start of 2013, but Neil Woodford continues to attract large amounts of money.
Shares in Standard Chartered have fallen nearly 10% after a profit slump, capping gains on the FTSE 100.
(Update) Initial rally prompted by lack of major shocks from bank stress tests falters as more German woes dampen sentiment.
(Update) Leftist president's re-election sends Brazilian stocks and Latin American investment trusts falling.
Brazier will rely on the same investment style employed on the £2 billion Threadneedle UK fund.
Shares tumbled all around the world this week before making a late revival. Our Accumulator table tells the story.
A fall in eurozone inflation alarmed investors but markets recovered after a Fed official said US dollar printing could be extended.
US investor Warren Buffett sells more Tesco shares after his 'huge mistake', but are the supermarket's bonds a smarter buy?
Triple dose of bad news from the US sparks global growth fears. Shire shares hammered after Abbvie reconsiders bid.
Catherine Raw, co-manager of BlackRock World Mining (BRWM), admits it could have said more about the problems at London Mining.
Sterling falls to 11-month low as inflation hits lowest level in five years.