News by: Gavin Lumsden
'Floaters' could provide a good defence against rising interest rates. We take a closer look at these bonds.
The FTSE 100 made another late rally to close five points up after Russia's government intervened to shore up the rouble.
The government agency holding the taxpayers' 25% stake in Lloyds Banking Group says the holding will be reduced to 10%.
The FTSE 100 closes 149 points higher after US Secretary of State John Kerry triggers a dramatic rebound in stock markets.
Find out how your bank fared in the Bank of England 'stress test' designed to see how high street institutions would cope with another severe recession.
Global markets retreated again with the FTSE 100 dropping another 118 points to take its fall to 10% over just six days.
A daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Hargreaves Services and SuperGroup.
The FTSE 100 slumped 2.5% or 161 points as the sell-off in oil and resources stocks intensified on both sides of the Atlantic.
Manager of Henderson EuroTrust talks about the collapse of a Danish investment that hit the fund last month and his determination to put things right.
The oil price slump continues to batter stock markets but our weekly Accumulator table suggests there is some good news for investors.
Boss loses bonus after the City regulator is criticised for wiping billions of pounds off insurers' share prices.
Lowland's James Henderson has snapped up Tesco shares saying the supermarket's recovery may not take as long as people think.
(Upgrade) The FTSE 100 dropped below 6,700 as data from Japan and China erased the cheer caused by strong US jobs figures on Friday.
We've updated our Top Trusts list of favourite investment trusts. Find out who is in and out of our 'circle of trust'!
Prospects for UK plc remain in the balance, says the Office for Budget Responsibility. The economy is growing but faces more government spending cuts.
George Osborne has multinationals and banks in his sights as he targets over £5 billion in tax revenue.
The Treasury will redeem the £1.9 billion 3½% War Loan and repay all of the UK’s debt from the First World War.
The risk of president Putin doing something 'silly' to protect Russia hangs over next year, says Jason Pidcock of Newton.
Issue 14 of Investment Trust Insider reviews our 'Top Trusts', reveals the best junior ISAs and examines three famous 'multi-asset' funds.
(Update) John Laing Infrastructure Fund wants to buy private-public partnership projects from struggling construction firm Balfour Beatty. Analysts fear it may pay too much.