Today's featured articles
Shanghai and Hong Kong lead the region’s bourses higher amid stellar earnings from a few US hi-tech giants.
And Nepal has turned to the international community to assist with the aftermath of a devastating weekend earthquake.
First-time buyers of homes worth up to £300,000 would pay no stamp duty under a Labour government, leader Ed Miliband has pledged.
And Treasury defends Lloyds against possible hedge fund attack on 'Tell Sid' share sale.
And Charter makes fourth bid to buy Time Warner Cable after Comcast officially drops $45 billion bid.
Japan's Nikkei hits 20,000 for the first time since dotcom bubble, while India's rally falls away. Our Accumulator table tells the story.
Hector Kilpatrick suspects a blip in the US economy could hit global markets and is reducing risk in all his investments.
Spain is the star of the show in the European recovery, says fund manager Niall Gallagher, who believes its economy can grow faster than the United States.
Fund manager BlackRock snaps up 11% of trust while Woodford Patient Capital directors see stakes scaled back along with other investors.
Our weekly look at cheap and expensive investment trust shares shows fund managers and discount hunters digging in at Artemis Alpha.
Investors in EEA Life Settlements fund look to European Court of Human Rights after City watchdog rejected their £60 million claim.
HSBC shares jump as bank announces review of UK base and says threat to EU membership stands out among major challenges.
Thinking ahead will stop your family being burdened by increasing funeral costs.
Never mind the bonds, here's a fistful of 'alternative' income funds, investing in GP surgeries, care homes and Airbus A380s.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Pace and Senior.
And Sainsbury's is to axe 800 jobs as intense market competition continues to take its toll on Britain's largest grocers.