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Shares fell after a batch of discouraging economic news deepened investors’ concerns about corporate earnings ahead of Friday's jobs report.
Banks and tobacco stocks reverse yesterday's heavy losses to spark solid start to quarter for FTSE 100.
Jeremy Thomas and Lucy Macdonald have trimmed holdings in the Brunner investment trust.
'Vote Change. Vote Dumb' urges Citywire columnist as he puts himself forward to run the underperforming Alliance Trust.
Over 100 business chiefs sign a letter backing the Conservatives, warning a Labour government would 'threaten jobs and deter investment'.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Meggitt and Mitie.
All three indexes posted losses for the month, with the Dow down 2%, S&P 500 down 1.7% and the Nasdaq down 1.3%.
And HP is suing Autonomy’s co-founder Mike Lynch, seeking damages of $5.1 billion over an alleged fraud.
Asian technology is experiencing a golden age so where are the dedicated investment funds, asks James Carthew?
Analysts at Alliance Trust's corporate broker, JPMorgan Cazenove, admit pressure on chief executive Katherine Garrett-Cox is growing.
FTSE limps towards the end of the quarter despite new figures showing UK economic growth is better than had been thought.
Mark Barnett has made some big changes to the Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds he took over from Neil Woodford.
Up to 10,000 investors who helped bail out Lloyds await a legal judgement on whether they can hold on to the bank's high yield bonds.
And the head of RBS’s investment bank, who was due to oversee a significant shake-up of its investment banking operations, resigned over strategy differences.
A daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Serco and St James' Place.
The Dow Jones surged 264 points buoyed by a spate of deal announcements in the healthcare sector and a bounce in energy shares.