News by: Daniel Grote
FTSE 100 edges lower ahead of vote on healthcare reforms seen as key test of Donald Trump's ability to deliver on pro-growth policies.
Next tops the FTSE 100 amid investor relief results did not contain further stocks, while strong sales for UK retail sector buoys sentiment.
Banks worst hit by broad-based sell-off, as investors take their cue from biggest fall in US markets this year.
Fears jump in inflation will hit consumer spending sends retail stocks lower, weighing on FTSE 100.
Sterling rallies against the dollar as figures show inflation hit 2.3% in February, powered by a rise in fuel costs.
Miners drive FTSE 100 and 250 to all-time highs, buoyed by the dollar's fall as Fed raises rates but points to just two more hikes this year.
FTSE edges higher ahead of expected interest rate rise by US Federal Reserve, with miners and oil stocks leading the way.
Sterling drops to eight-week low against the dollar as MPs clear the way for Theresa May to trigger Article 50.
Pound makes headway against the dollar despite Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second independence referendum.
House builder and oil services firm rally after respective takeover approaches from Galliford Try and John Wood Group.
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Telecommunications group jumps to top of FTSE 100 as two-year regulatory battle over broadband division is finally resolved.
Slump in copper prices sends miners tumbling to the bottom of the FTSE 100, while Morrisons falls on 'uncertainties ahead'.
Sterling remains at seven-week lows against the dollar despite Budget forecasts of stronger growth this year and lower borrowing.
UK economy's resilient response to Brexit vote means some of £122 billion additional borrowing announced at Autumn Statement can be cut.
Pound falls to seven-week low against dollar as House of Lords debates Brexit bill and weak consumer spending weighs.
Shares in Standard Life jump to top of FTSE 100 as investors welcome costs savings from £11 billion nil premium merger with Aberdeen Asset Management.
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Difficult 2016 carries into new year for Mark Barnett, widening the discount on Edinburgh and Perpetual Income investment trusts he runs.