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Aberdeen Asset Management continues to fall on news of loss of big clients. Investors shrug off Lloyds' Libor fine.
Fines by US and UK authorities also relate to attempts to manipulate government lending scheme.
Performance of Templeton Emerging Markets investment trust has faltered and there's concern who will succeed manager Mark Mobius.
The Pensions Regulator faces a challenge in its attempt to close down a pension 'liberation' scheme run by a former owner of Loaded magazine.
Thousands of investors with failed stockbroker Pritchard face a further nine-month wait before getting back their money.
A roundup of trades by professional investors, including Neil Woodford. This time we look at Synairgen, Ashmore, Macfarlane, Wilmington and Acal.
Shares rose as profit at industrial companies in China increased by 17.9% in June from a year earlier, after gaining 8.9% in May.
And Lloyds Banking Group is to set aside another £500 million to compensate customers mis-sold payment protection insurance.
And the UK Government is expected to launch the "14th onshore licensing round", inviting companies to bid for fracking rights in previously untouched areas.
And UK’s second quarter GDP growth of 0.8% means total economic output was 0.2% points bigger than in the first quarter of 2008, its previous peak.
Second quarter US growth figures should show world's biggest economy has bounced back after cold winter.
The Financial Conduct Authority urges consumers to consider the dangers of owning corporate bonds as interest rates start to rise.
Our exclusive Accumulator table shows all global markets were up in the week ending Thursday, apart from a small fall in Russia.
Five financial experts debate the pros and cons of selling shares 'short' to make a profit.
David Sandham explains why the spring sell-off in technology equities represents a healthy 'correction' rather than heralding a repeat of the dotcom crash at the start of the century.
Savers who strip out their pension under the new retirement rules need to check they won't be losing one of these four key benefits.