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The government undervalued Royal Mail by a relatively small amount in its flotation last year, says a former City minister.
Daily Express owner and Channel 5 boss has reportedly secured a payment of over £10 million in a dispute with with Credit Suisse and fund group GLG.
Barclays chief executive says the £500 million it set aside to settle allegations its traders rigged currency markets is not sufficient.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Diageo and Man Group.
Energy shares jumped after the US central bank said it would take a patient approach towards raising interest rates.
And the US Federal Reserve last night hinted that it will raise interest rates by the middle of next year.
The FTSE 100 made another late rally to close five points up after Russia's government intervened to shore up the rouble.
The government agency holding the taxpayers' 25% stake in Lloyds Banking Group says the holding will be reduced to 10%.
Companies running high-charging legacy pensions face renewed pressure to rethink their terms, after a report identified billions of pounds may be locked in potentially poor value schemes.
Pension expert Adrian Boulding says pension tax relief should be replaced by a contribution matching model to encourage more people to save.
For investors in need of steady and growing income, investment trusts are hard to beat. We take a look at some of the 'dividend heroes'.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Shanta Gold and Rockhopper.
Shares declined as companies from Microsoft to Google led a selloff in technology shares that overshadowed gains in oil producers.
And Carney has promised to put banks’ emerging market exposures under the spotlight in Britain’s next round of stress tests.
The FTSE 100 closes 149 points higher after US Secretary of State John Kerry triggers a dramatic rebound in stock markets.
The City regulator has concerns about the lack of transparency around financial advice costs.