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Japan's Nikkei gained, as the yen weakened and expectations rose that the government would delay a sales tax hike scheduled for April next year.
And French finance minister warned of no deal for Google tax after Paris raids.
And Tata may halt the sell-off and retain the business in Port Talbot after weeding out bidders.
And austerity policies do more harm than good, International Monetary Fund study concludes.
Fraudsters are encouraging those with defined benefit pensions to move their money into dubious investments.
Our Accumulator data table shows a strong week for global stock markets that saw many drag themselves out of the red for the year.
Not for the first time this year, European investment trusts look cheap as they once again fall out of favour.
Star manager Steve Davies has his eye on the EU referendum after overhauling the former Jupiter Global trust to fit a UK mandate.
French insurer continues to offload UK businesses, selling pensions division and Sun Life protection business to insurance consolidator.
Broker Southey Capital will buy out investors in the stricken EEA Life Settlements fund but is offering only a third of NAV in some cases.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including PayPoint and Tate & Lyle.
Advancing utilities offset declines in materials, banks and other cyclical industries.
And plan to cut Tata Steel pensions could cost savers £200 billion in lost retirement incomes.
Shares in Neil Woodford-backed hostel group tumble on lower European bookings blamed on 'recent geopolitical events'.
Electra Private Equity shares tumble 4.7% after activist investor Edward Bramson seizes control and serves notice on fund manager Electra Partners.
Surprise rights issue by Spain's Banco Popular sparks jitters in banking sector, which weighs down FTSE 100.