News by: Daniel Grote
ISA and pension savings were handed a big boost in the Budget, but tax experts are predicting less welcome news in the Autumn Statement.
Opec's refusal to cut production continues to take toll on oil-heavy FTSE 100.
Campaign group ShareAction launches tool to help investors lobby pensions over controversial pay package for new BG boss.
Commission tasked with shaping further devolution recommends Scotland be handed power to set rates and thresholds.
FTSE edges higher but economists worry that UK economic growth has lost its balance.
Shares fall 18% after shock departure of Harriet Green, who is credited with turning around the travel company's fortunes.
FTSE 100 in red despite US reporting fastest six months of growth in over a decade.
Law firm gathers Tesco shareholders for compensation fight over losses sparked by £263 million profit overstatement.
European bond investors are braced for an inevitable meltdown in the market, with only the timing of a correction in question.
(Update) Shares in oil services company drop by a quarter after profit warning. Aviva falls and Friends Life rises on takeover deal plans.
Analysts at Liberum have assessed the security of dividends at six of the FTSE 100’s big payers.
Deal would be the biggest for insurance sector in more than a decade.
Markets surge on surprise China interest rate cut and hints of more stimulus from the ECB. The Accumulator rounds up the week.
Medium-sized companies have been in the doldrums this year, but Georgina Brittain argues they are poised for a revival.
Shares up 60% after Quindell dismisses reports of sale of Nationwide Accident Repair Services stake. FT reveals short seller.
Stalling factory growth in China and more worrying signs for the eurozone economy send FTSE 100 lower.
Royal Mail warns online retail giant Amazon's delivery service will slash growth rates for parcels business.
MPs' vote to scrap 'beer-tie' arrangements could lead to big dent in pub operator revenues.
The prime minister has flagged 'red warning lights' for the global economy. Cazenove's Richard Jeffrey examines the danger spots.
Markets rally on Mario Draghi stimulus comments, erasing earlier losses on news of Japanese recession.