Today's featured articles
Shares decline after the US central bank confirmed it will end its asset-purchase programme and expressed confidence in the country’s economic prospects.
And the Serious Fraud Office has launched a formal criminal investigation into accounting practices at Tesco.
(Update) Hopes that the US Federal Reserve won't be in any rush to raise interest rates sends stocks higher.
Threadneedle chief investment officer 'pessimistic' about eurozone's prospects but is standing by Europe's 'global champion' stocks.
SFO move follows Deloitte investigation revealing profit overstatement was even worse than first thought.
Issue 13 of Investment Trust Insider is out now. We look at defensive trusts, investment trust pensions and other Top Trusts.
Building society unfairly treated mortgage customers struggling to meet repayments and will pay £8.4 million compensation.
Move follows Ilario di Bon's departure from the underperforming global investment trust.
Former Schroder UK Opportunities and Schroder UK Growth manager to run new UK fund for Sanditon.
Our daily roundup of analyst comment, also including JD Wetherspoon and Lookers.
And tumbling oil prices have hit the earnings of two big London-listed energy companies - BP and BG Group - in one of the first tangible signs of how the oil supply glut is reverberating across the global economy.
Amgen climbed 6.1%, a day after its 2015 outlook topped expectations, while T-Mobile US added 3.1% after boosting its estimate for subscriber acquisitions.
Retirees need to time their pension withdrawals carefully to prevent damaging their investments.
Murray International manager Bruce Stout says current investment climate is among the most challenging he has known.
As Citywire columnist James Carthew chalks up 30 years of working in investment, he looks at the trusts that have delivered over that time.
Fund sales have fallen to their lowest level since the start of 2013, but Neil Woodford continues to attract large amounts of money.