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Telecommunications company jumps to top of FTSE 100 as regulator Ofcom resists calls for sell-off of Openreach broadband division.
Fund group reveals investors withdrew £2 billion from its property funds in three months, as the sector comes under pressure following the 'Brexit' vote.
Investors bet on further consolidation in the gambling industry as 888 and Rank join forces to plan bid for William Hill.
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The week brought signs of a slump in the UK economy and warnings of the impact of 'Brexit' on global growth, but markets ploughed ahead.
Sterling drops as data suggests UK economy contracted at fastest pace since financial crisis following the 'Brexit' vote.
EasyJet leads FTSE 100 lower after 'Brexit' and terror attacks hurt business, while ECB gives little away on further stimulus.
Better-than-expected jobs figures spur sterling gains and helps FTSE 100 shoulder slump in mining stocks.
Pound falls as International Monetary Fund downgrades UK and global growth forecasts, saying 'Brexit has thrown a spanner in the works'.
Gina Miller of investment group SCM Private has emerged as the lead challenger to the 'Brexit' process in the courts.
Prices rose 0.5% in June after a jump in air fares in a taste of things to come following the pound's fall sparked by the 'Brexit' vote.
Chip maker ARM agrees to acquisition by Japan's SoftBank, in one of Europe's biggest-ever technology deals.
Travel stocks fall to bottom of FTSE 100 after attack on French city, but index edges higher, lifted by weak pound.
Bank of England's surprise holding of interest rates sends pound soaring, denting returns from surging overseas stock markets for UK investors.
Pound surges while FTSE 100 closes lower after Bank of England springs surprise by keeping interest rates on hold.
FTSE 100 and pound swing into losses as investors hold back from big bets ahead of Bank of England announcement on interest rates tomorrow.
Theresa May's swift installation as prime minister sends pound higher, amid speculation Bank of England may not need to cut rates this week.
FTSE 100 enters bull market and pound swings into gains as Andrea Leadsom drops out of PM race, leaving path clear for Theresa May.
Investors welcome signs of a bounce-back in the US employment market, as figures show a dramatic increase in new jobs last month.
The pound has continued to fall following the 'Brexit' vote, lifting overseas investments, as markets anticipate rate cut next week.