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Royal Bank of Scotland agrees to compensate shareholders who took part in its controversial 2008 credit crunch rights issue.
The euro dropped to a 20-month low in Asia as investors assessed the implications of the resignation of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
And Trump steps up warnings to US business over offshoring with a threat of 35% tariff on goods produced by units abroad.
Lavendon, Blue Prism and Produce Investments among stocks that leading smaller company investors have bought and sold.
And Opec's agreement hammered out in Vienna may put a floor under the price of crude.
The BoE should be wary of rushing into interest rate rises to curb inflation, according to its chief economist Andy Haldane.
A 10% share placing came at the wrong time for Schroder European Property Real Estate which has suffered a severe de-rating.
Oil prices leaped on back of Opec's agreement to cut production yet UK's commodity-laden stock market has fallen. Why?
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US regulators say fund manager misled investors about the performance of one its first actively managed exchange traded funds.
Oil stocks give up some of the last two day's spectacular gains following the Opec deal, as Brent crude price holds steady.
Hargreaves Lansdown says its Select UK Shares fund is its second biggest launch since helping Neil Woodford get re-started two years ago.
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A round-up of analyst commentary on shares, including Grainger & Euromoney.
The Dow Jones managed to notch a record closing high with a lift from bank and energy shares.
And pound surges to eight-week high against dollar after Brexit minister hints at EU market access.