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The FTSE 100 falls as British American Tobacco reports lower sales. The pound declines as Bank of England minutes suggest an interest rate rise is unlikely before the election.
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The bullish tone was helped by news that said the European Central Bank is considering buying corporate bonds.
And China’s economy grew at its slowest pace since the depths of the global financial crisis in the third quarter.
The FTSE 100 sped 105 points higher on a report that the European Central Bank plans stronger action to avoid a depression.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, orders investigation into the failure of the £227 billion inter-bank transfer system.
Experts say improving life expectancy should have pushed up the state pension age even further than the government has done already.
Starting Citywire's investment trust portfolio as markets turned south last month was bad timing but I'm down, not out!
Homeowners with properties worth more than £3 million could face paying £28,000 a year under Labour’s mansion tax plans.
Bankers can no longer assume they will receive ‘a larger share of a smaller pie’ and must increase the profits they pay shareholders.
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Earnings reports from Halliburton, Gannett Co, and others, helped ease the worries over global growth.
And IBM’s latest attempt to overhaul its century-old business in the face of one of the technology world’s periodic upheavals faltered.
Underlying growth in dividends is at a two-year low, says Capita Asset Services. Payouts could fall 12% next year it predicts.
Tesco advances on reports that private equity bidders are eyeing the beleaguered grocer.
Walter Price of Allianz Technology Trust explains how he's looking at investments, including Apple and Alibaba, after a 10% drop in the fund's shares.