News by: Daniel Grote
Barclays shares slump as bank misses out on bond trading boom of US rivals, but RBS jumps on first quarterly profit since 2015.
Pound continues to gain ground ahead of general election, despite worse-than-expected figures showing just 0.3% UK growth.
White House unveils 'one of the biggest tax cuts in American history' but investors baulk at lack of detail and prospect of Republican rebellion.
Fears over Trump tax plan weigh on FTSE 100 but lenders and house builders rise on strong results, while Mediclinic soars.
Markets pause for breath after French election rally, with US president Donald Trump's plans for tax cuts eyed.
Restaurant and pub group and carpet retailer warn over trading conditions, adding to fears over UK consumer confidence.
Stock markets and FTSE 100 surge as centrist Emmanuel Macron wins first round of voting in French presidential elections.
Pledge by Conservative party to cap prices sends shares in energy providers falling.
The pound's surge ahead of the snap general election led to heavy losses for UK investors this week, our exclusive data table shows.
Sterling's election rally runs out of steam after big fall in UK retail sales in March.
FTSE 100 falls into negative territory for the year as pound's rally following snap election surprise continues to weigh.
FTSE 250 bounces back losses sparked by yesterday's election announcement, but blue-chip FTSE 100 remains mired in the red.
Sterling reverses course after earlier sell-off while FTSE 100 falls further into the red as prime minister Theresa May calls for snap general election.
FTSE 100 closes down, despite pressure from stronger pound easing as dollar sell-off sparked by US president Donald Trump calmed.
Shares in Tesco fall to the bottom of the FTSE 100 despite signs of turnaround, as planned Booker takeover worries investors.
FTSE 250 continues to make up ground lost to blue-chip index, hitting new all-time high, helped by surge in shares of JD Sports.
Miner jumps to top of FTSE 100 as activist investor Elliott Advisors calls for overhaul of corporate structure.
Our exclusive Accumulator data table shows most global markets down this week, as the US Federal Reserve poured cold water on bullish sentiment.
US missile attacks on Syria sparks jump in oil price on prospect of supply disruption and rush to safe havens, boosting gold.
FTSE 100 follows US markets lower as Federal Reserve flags high stock market levels and eyes reduction to $4.2 trillion balance sheet.