News by: Daniel Grote
Airlines fall to bottom of FTSE 100 after slump in flight bookings to Paris following terror attacks.
Security-related stocks buck falling FTSE 100 after chancellor George Osborne pledges 30% rise in anti-terrorism spending.
Our Accumulator data table details a strong week for markets, despite the Paris terror attacks and the likelihood of a US interest rate rise.
Rumoured bid from British American Tobacco sends shares in rival rallying, bucking flat FTSE 100.
'Do what the FSA failed to do', lawyer tells regulators as he urges them to consider investigations against former HBOS bosses.
Top-performing trust cuts charge to 1% of assets, two years after ditching performance fee.
Global markets have rallied as investors welcomed signs of the Federal Reserve's confidence in the US economic recovery.
FTSE 100 erases morning's losses thanks to rallying miners, as Goldman Sachs says Antofagasta no longer a 'sell'.
The outlook for dividends may be bleak, say Canaccord Genuity analysts, but many investment trusts can withstand the chop.
Citywire A-rated Michael Clark expects GlaxoSmithKline to split up its business, which could be good for the shares, but bad for the yield.
FTSE 100 and eurozone shares open sharply higher, following strong showing by US stock market.
Global markets have avoided a sell-off following the terrorist attacks in Paris, but travel stocks slump.
UK dividend growth is being outpaced by the rest of the developed world, as the commodities rout takes its toll on the FTSE 100's oil stocks and miners.
Our exclusive Accumulator data table shows the damage to property and stock markets from the threat of a US rate rise and a plunging oil price.
FTSE 100 limps towards 200-point loss for the week, after the commodities rout reignited.
Shares in aircraft engine maker crash after fourth profit warning in just over a year and threat that dividend may be cut.
Dividend cover is at its lowest level since the financial crisis. Should you be worried? And we examine funds with 'turbo' yields.
Research by The Share Centre shows that profits for many UK companies are surging, but the mining rout weighs on headline figures.
Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's weigh on FTSE 100 after rash of downgrades from Deutsche Bank, which warns margins won't recover.
FTSE 100 falls into the red, weighed down by property and utility stocks ahead of an expected hike to US interest rates.