News by: Daniel Grote
Shares tumbled all around the world this week before making a late revival. Our Accumulator table tells the story.
A fall in eurozone inflation alarmed investors but markets recovered after a Fed official said US dollar printing could be extended.
US investor Warren Buffett sells more Tesco shares after his 'huge mistake', but are the supermarket's bonds a smarter buy?
Triple dose of bad news from the US sparks global growth fears. Shire shares hammered after Abbvie reconsiders bid.
Catherine Raw, co-manager of BlackRock World Mining (BRWM), admits it could have said more about the problems at London Mining.
Sterling falls to 11-month low as inflation hits lowest level in five years.
(Update: adds BlackRock response) Analysts say initial writedown to investment buried away so 'many people, ourselves included, failed to spot the change'.
Stockbroker says regulation put it off applying for a banking licence, but that cash options can be improved without one.
Miners dominate the FTSE 100 leaderboard as China reports better-than-expected levels of trade.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Wood Group and Oxford Biomedica.
FTSE 100 falls to a year low as eurozone woes continue to spook and spread of Ebola virus weighs.
Investment trust's shares fall by 8% after London Mining royalty contract, which had been sixth-largest holding, deemed worthless.
Sell-off takes hold as investors switch their attention from the Fed's dovish stance to more economic woes in the eurozone.
Shares in New Britain Palm Oil, held by a number of well-known UK funds, rise by more than 70% after £1.1 billion bid.
Former bosses of collapsed Pritchard Stockbrokers behaved 'recklessly' in losing £3 million of clients' money, according to regulator.
Strong showing for pro-business candidate puts Brazil's stock market into a party mood, with shares up over 5% today.
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Shares in Tesco jump as former Ikea boss and Compass chief executive join board. FTSE continues to rise on US optimism.
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