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Henderson Opportunities Trust alters fees it pays fund manager after shareholders pay £1.34 million for a 6% return.
And Rolls-Royce is due to stun the stock market by issuing its sixth profit downgrade in two years.
And Bank of International Settlements has warned that oil market spiral threatens to prick global debt bubble.
Online stockbroker, which only this week appointed new finance boss, loses chief operating officer who joined last June.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Beazley and Carclo.
And the US dollar has suffered one of the sharpest drops in 20 years as the Federal Reserve signals a retreat from monetary tightening.
But disappointing forecasts from retailers and anxiety ahead of Friday's jobs report limited the advance.
Shares in Anglo American surge 20% higher and rival FTSE 100 miners aren't far behind as beaten-up commodities surge.
Shadow work and pensions minister Owen Smith has goes on the offensive as a long awaited pension report is expected to emerge.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager Nick Train has apologised for losses made on his investment in Pearson, whose shares have halved.
David Smith of Henderson High Income expresses concern for BP's dividend but says pubs and retailers can offer a safe haven.
The Cabinet Office has agreed to look at a plan to unfreeze the pension income of retirees living abroad.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Pearson and Home Retail.
And Lloyds Banking Group to cut 1,755 jobs and close 29 branches as the lender is looking to lower costs to prepare for privatisation.
Alphabet shares tumbled 4% and the company moved back below Apple in market capitalisation.
Sell-off in banking stocks shows no sign of slowing, dragging down the FTSE 100, while Scottish Mortgage trust takes a hit.