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And China cracks down on market rumours with mass arrests blaming individuals including brokers and journalists for recent stock market turmoil.
US shares fell on Monday after comments from Fed Vice-Chairman Stanley Fischer heightened fears of a potential US interest hike in September.
Hedge fund manager dismisses claims sector has become too expensive, arguing there are 'compelling' reasons to invest.
And Carney says China's woes will not derail rate rise plan with decisive Monetary Policy Committee meeting to go ahead at end of the year.
China's benchmark Shanghai Composite lost as much as 3%, snapping a two-day winning streak, while Hong Kong shares slipped 1%.
And Carney says the prospect of a slowdown in China will not derail plans to raise interest rates in Britain.
And Brent crude oil jumped 5% to above $50 a barrel on Friday and had its biggest two-day gain in years.
Stock markets end a tumultuous week on a high thanks to hopes of a delay to US interest rate hikes. Our data table reveals all.
A turbulent week takes another twist as investors snap up investment trusts focused on medium-sized British companies.
Oil registers biggest one-day gain in six years thanks to strong US growth and diminishing supplies.
Savers close to retirement may have escaped the stockmarket falls thanks to 'lifestyle funds'.
Investment trust slashes new holding in Australian law firm after its shares plunge over links to Quindell, the controversial UK claims processor.
Randeep Somel to focus on turning around performance of M&G Global Basics as Managed Growth fund handed to Dave Fishwick.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Nostrum Oil & Gas and Playtech.
Investors grew optimistic that the worst of recent market turmoil was over after strong US economic data.
And shares around the world soared yesterday as investors cheered news that the US economy is in better shape than thought.