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Corporate bonds and gilts have delivered more than double the returns of the FTSE 100 so far this year.
The Co-operative Group chair Ursula Lidbetter is to make finding her own replacement her top priority after delegates to a special meeting voted for sweeping reforms.
And RBS’ private bank Coutts has been forced to set aside £110 million to compensate thousands of well-heeled customers after giving them unsuitable investment advice.
A possible increase in interest rates is now 'in play' after last month's split vote. Just don't hold your breath for any change this week.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including Spire Healthcare and STV.
The latest tension between Ukraine and Russia and disappointing retail earnings overshadowed data showing the economy expanded more than estimated.
And Royal Dutch Shell has asked Washington for permission to drill in the Arctic, off the coast of Alaska.
But those retiring before April 2016 will do a lot better than people becoming a pensioner after that date.
First State's veteran Asia fund manager makes another foray into debate on independent Scotland.
Ukraine president effectively accuses Russia of invading. US growth figures point to earlier rate rise.
Move means fund group now offers joint-cheapest physical ETFs accessing US, UK and emerging markets shares.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including 888 Holdings and Chime Communications.
The S&P 500 scores another record, but volume was depressed with some market participants on vacation ahead of the Labour Day long holiday weekend.
And more than 100 Scottish business leaders 'wanted to sign pro-UK letter but feared SNP backlash', claimed Gavin Hewitt, former Scotch Whisky Association chairman.
(Update) Asos meanwhile surges on reports of US bid for online fashion company.
Wall Street veteran pinpoints seven reasons markets are making him nervous.