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Deal would be the biggest for insurance sector in more than a decade.
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Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including UDG Healthcare and Entertainment One.
Curtis Freeze, the Hawaii-based manager of a Guernsey-based investment company, plans a raid on corporate Japan.
An unnamed third party has launched a last-ditch attempt to save the BlackRock Hedge Selector from liquidation.
Stalling factory growth in China and more worrying signs for the eurozone economy send FTSE 100 lower.
With special dividends set to hit £18.9 billion for the year, here are the stocks fund managers are tipping as the next to pay out.
UK regulators impose fines of £56 million on Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for the IT failure in 2012 that affected millions of customers.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Enterprise Inns and Amlin.
AAA-rated Richard Hughes has sold Aviva and Jardine Lloyd Thompson after strong runs for their shares.
(Update: adds analyst exit news) M&G Recovery manager Tom Dobell has said he regrets backing insurance claims processor Quindell.
The number of homes built each year are housing less than half of new households being created.
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.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Cineworld and Mitie.
The prime minister has flagged 'red warning lights' for the global economy. Cazenove's Richard Jeffrey examines the danger spots.
Will Pfizer resume its pursuit of AstraZeneca? Fund manager Neil Woodford hopes the drugs company will remain independent.
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