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(Update) British American Tobacco, a widely held income stock, has made a $47 billion (£38 billion) bid to buy US rival Reynolds.
M&G is the latest fund group to reopen its Property Portfolio, after a raft of investors withdrew money from the fund at the same time.
And William Hill will begin searching for a new chairman next year after a series of “blunders” by Gareth Davis.
And British American Tobacco stuns with $47 billion post-Brexit takeover of its rival Reynolds.
Record $17.5 (£14.3) billion bond sale by Saudi Arabia says a lot about the petro-state and investors’ desperate search for income.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including NCC Group and Paddy Power Betfair.
And Deutsche Bank shares jump on talk of Middle Eastern and Chinese backing.
Investors grappled with a mixed bag of economic data, earnings results and a steep drop in crude-oil prices.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said it will extend its quantitative easing programme beyond March if 'necessary’.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity identify 16 investment trusts with lower charges and better performance than equivalent open-ended funds.
Why has Terry Smith's performance not kept up with his global rivals since the Brexit vote?
Profit warnings punish FTSE 250 stocks as economic clouds increase investor caution before European Central Bank statement.
Liontrust European Income manager suggests UK investors can no longer rely on blue chips to deliver performance.
Ben Broadbent, Bank of England deputy, tells MPs quantitative easing (QE) has helped pension schemes more than it has hurt them.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Greencore and Horizon Discovery.
And big businesses warn UK will be the loser from government intervention on foreign takeovers.